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Governor appoints first woman to head municipality in Egypt's Alexandria

Soad Helmy is expected to take over the new position on Saturday

Ahram Online , Saturday 20 Jun 2015
Alexandria
Bibliotheca's celebration of Naguib Mahfouz (Photo: Ahram Online)
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The Governor of Alexandria Hani Meseiri appointed on Saturday the first woman to ever take over a municipality head position in Egypt's second city. 

Soad Helmy is expected to take over her new position as the head of the city's central district on Saturday, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.

The most notable monument in the district is the Library of Alexandria. The modern library, which opened in 2002, is praised for its reading room, tilted toward the sea like a sundial and its extensive collection of books.

The neighbourhood's northern border begins by the cornice, opposite the area flanked between Delta Street and the old stock exchange, and bordered from the south by Lake Mariot Bank and the Meyah El-Shorb canal.

 

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