Sinai Liberation Day
On 25 April 1982, the Egyptian flag was raised over the Sinai Peninsula after its complete restoration from the Israeli occupation. This was the last scene in a long series of Egyptian-Israeli conflict that ended with the complete restoration of the Egyptian lands thanks
The July 23rd Revolution
It looks like an accord among the historians and researchers that the economic dimension topped the priorities of July 23 Revolution, as its consecutive decisions concentrated on modernization and development of the national economy.
The Police Day is celebrated every year on the 25th of January to commemorate Ismailia battle on the same day in 1952 when the British occupiers killed 50 policemen and left 80 others wounded
For more than 4500 years, Egyptians have been celebrating one of the oldest local festivities, namely; Sham al-Nasseim. The harvest season in ancient Egypt was called "Shamo", hence the name: "Sham al-Nasseim".