Suez Governorate on the map of Egypt
2 (6,890 sq mi)
2 (88/sq mi)
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Suez Governorate ( Egyptian Arabic: محافظة السويس ) is one of the Muḥāfaẓa as Suwais governorates of Egypt. It is located in the north-eastern part of the country and is coterminous with the city of Suez. It is situated north of the Gulf of Suez.
There are five ports in the Suez Governorate; namely El-Sokhna port, Tewfiq port, Adabeya port, petrol basin port, and El-Atka fishing port.
Natural resources [ edit ]
Natural resources in the Suez Governorate include
limestone, clay, coal, petroleum, marble, and lime.
Exports [ edit ]
The chief exports of Suez are
Tourist attractions [ edit ]
Ein El-Sokhna, a well known recreational and medical destination.
Judaic Hill at El-Khoor.
Public Free Zone [ edit ]
In 1975, the Suez Public Free Zone was established. It is divided between two main locations:
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Coordinates: 29°59′N 32°33′E / 29.983°N 32.550°E