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Alexandria's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier


    We took a breather, after visiting the Alexandria National Museum.

  A blue faince hippopotamus!

Pompey's Pillar. Set up in AD 297, in honor of Diocletian. To the Northwest is a complex dedicated to the Apis Bull. This was a cult center for the Bull. About 50' to the Southeast was an underground tunnel with small niches cut into the walls. This is thought to be the only surviving remnant of the Alexandria library, that burned in the first or second century AD.

Getting our feet wet in the Mediterranian  




Wow!! that water's cold!!

 The houka    some tea

      and friends.