The Catacombs of Kim el Shoqafa are usually always included on. daytrip to Alexandra. You will need to be prepared to walk up and down several flights of stairs and uneven ground. Lighting is not that great and there are not many, if any, handrails. You will see tombs of nobility as well as "middle" and "lower" class citizens. It is helpful to make sure you phone has a flashlight so you can see some things a little better. A good guide will help you understand what you are seeing and explain the significance of the carvings.Interesting to do if you are in Alexandria.
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The Consogafa catacombs are a site of an archaeological discovery that has been preserved as a protective building since the excavation, and the entire catacombs are complex in structure, with many historical frescoes and sculptures.
The cemetery of alexander consogafa is a commoner's cemetery, with a variety of tombstones, with very finely carved patterns, and many egyptian celebrities buried here, but it still feels very gloomy, I suggest you do not.
The crypt of Konsogafa in Alexandria is a civilian cemetery with a history of more than 100 years. All the tombs here are built underground, and the tombs are connected through underground passages, which is really mysterious and a bit scary. I don’t have any special hobbies, so I suggest you don’t come with money. It’s really gloomy.
Alexander Consogafa's catacombs, a 100-year-old cemetery of civilian life, are about 10 meters deep underground. Egypt also has a strong culture of the undead, and Consogafa's catacombs, though somewhat scary, are their culture to experience.