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10th of Ramadan (city)

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Governorate  Sharqia
Area  94.76 km²
Local time  Monday 6:39 AM
Time zone  EET (UTC+2)
Area code  15
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Weather  8°C, Wind W at 6 km/h, 88% Humidity
Colleges and Universities  Higher Technological Institute, El Asher University
Neighborhoods  B2, B1, A1, C1, El Ordoneya District, A3, C3, Industrial Area 10th Ramadan, C2

10th of Ramadan (Egyptian Arabic: العاشر من رمضان‎‎ El ʿAsher Men Ramadan) is a city located in the Sharqia Governorate, Egypt. It is a first generation new urban community, and one of the most industrialized. It enjoys close proximity to the city of Cairo, and is considered part of Greater Cairo. It was founded by Presidential Decree No. 249 in 1977 in a bid to attract foreign and local capital with the intent of providing job opportunities for the country's youth as well as move people away from the Nile Valley to ease the stress on existing infrastructure and reduce congestion.

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Map of 10th of Ramadan City, Ash Sharqia Governorate, Egypt

Location

10th of Ramadan is located on the Cairo-Ismailia desert highway, 46 km (29 mi) from Cairo and 20 km (12 mi) from the city Belbeis.

Agriculture

47 million Egyptian pounds have been invested in afforestation in the city.

Industry

Some of the industries present in the city include electronics, food processing, ready made garments, plastic, paper, textile, building materials, steel, pharmaceuticals and furniture , there are many industrial zones in the city

Industrial zones

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labor force

The Population of the city is approximately 500,000 people

Infrastructure

The city Own a very large water supplies, sewers, electrical grids and telecommunications

Water supply

The city has been connected with two Water purification plant with capacity 621,000 m^3/day and Station wells with capacity 20,000 m^3/day

Climate

Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as hot desert (BWh) as the rest of Egypt.

References

10th of Ramadan (city) Wikipedia


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