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Twenty-three centuries ago, Alexander the Great founded a magnificent city in Egypt called Alexandria. It was considered Egypt's most important trading metropolis on the Mediterranean and was filled with hundreds of palaces, temples, and glorious landmarks like the Great Library and the lighthouse: Pharaohs. All traces of the ancient monuments have vanished, and today most parts of the ancient city lie in the Mediterranean seabed. We recall the memories of this ancient capital lost to time in Raising Alexandria.

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