Ain Sokhna is a tourist, investment and industrial resort in the Suez Governorate of Egypt in the Red Sea is one of the closest resorts of the Red Sea to Cairo.
Named Ain Sukhna for its many sulfuric springs, which used for treatment. It is resort in summer and winter. It has several areas and tourist villages that contain hotels and chalets. Its proximity to Cairo made it a favorite resort for Egyptians especially for the one-day trip, although the percentage of foreign tourists are predominant.
The French Mission of Antiquities in Ain Sukhna found an archaeological treasure that dates back to the period of the modern and middle states in Egypt, which dates back more than four thousand years, in the region of Jebel Al-Jalala. A similar German expedition discovered a huge statue of King Amenhotep the Third.
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