Magra El-Oyoun Fence” is a historical site filled with culture and rich history. It was built in the time of “Sultan Al-Ghoury” over 800 years ago.
The main purpose was to provide the Salah El-Din Citadel with pure drinking water straight from the Nile. It operated through wheels that brought up the water to the aqueduct, which then flowed all the way to the Citadel.
The project will be implemented at the site of Egypt’s decades long tannery complex which was situated in the Magra El-Oyoun Fence.
The government recently announced that it had completed relocating all tannery workshops and factories in this area to the eastern Cairo region, giving way for the restoration of the archaeological site and its surroundings.
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