___ Administrative Map of Egypt
|Map is showing state borders, governorate boundaries, the national capital Cairo,
provincial capitals, cities, and major airports.
Egypt's Primary Administrative Divisions
Governorates of Egypt
Egypt is divided into 29 governorates (muhafazah; Arabic: محافظة muḥāfaẓä, plural محافظات muhafazat).
|The governorates are (capital city in brackets):
Alexandria (Alexandria), Aswan (Aswan), Asyut (Asyut),
Beheira (Damanhur), Beni Suef (Bani Suwayf, also Beni Suef),
Cairo (Cairo), Dakahlia (Mansura),
Damietta (Damietta, Damyat),
Faiyum (Faiyum, Al Fayyum),
Gharbia (Tanta), Giza (Giza; Al Jizah),
Kafr el-Sheikh (Kafr el-Sheikh),
Matruh (Mersa Matruh), Minya (Minya), Monufia (Shibin el-Kom or Shibin Al Kawm),
El Wadi el Gedid or New Valley (Kharga, also El-Kharga', or Al-Kharijah), North Sinai (Arish),
Port Said (Port Said),
Qalyubia (Banha), Qena (Qena or Qina),
Red Sea; Arabic: Al Bahr Al Ahmar (Al Ghardaqah, or Hurghada), Sharqia (Zagazig, Az Zaqaziq), Sohag (Suhaj, Sohag), South Sinai (el-Tor, also At Tur), Suez, Arabic: Assuways (Suez), 6th of October (6th of October)
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