Kom Hamada

Kom Hamada is a city in Beheira Governorate in Egypt.

Kom Hamada

كوم حمادة
City
Kom Hamada is located in Egypt
Kom Hamada
Kom Hamada
Location in Egypt
Coordinates: 30°45′45″N 30°41′50″E / 30.76250°N 30.69722°E / 30.76250; 30.69722Coordinates: 30°45′45″N 30°41′50″E / 30.76250°N 30.69722°E / 30.76250; 30.69722
Country Egypt
GovernorateBeheira
Population
 (2006)
 • Total418,227
Time zoneUTC+2 (EST)

HistoryEdit

After the French campaign arrived to the west of Alexandria on July 2, 1798 AD, they marched into the city and occupied it and then Napoleon took a march on Cairo through Damanhur, where he was able to occupy Rosetta on July 6 and reached Rahmaniyah, a village on the Nile, during which the Mamluks were preparing an army to confront The French armies led by Murad Bey, where the two armies met near Shubra Khit on July 13, 1798 CE.[1]

PopulationEdit

Kom Hamada has a population of 41,227, of whom 19,169 are male and 22,058 are female, according to the 2006 official census.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ محمد رمزي، القاموس الجغرافي للبلاد المصرية، القسم الثاني-الجزء الثاني، الهيئة المصرية العامة للكتاب، القاهرة، 1994، صــ: 338.
  2. ^ البيانات السكانية لمدينة أو قرية حسب تقديرات السكان 2006 (محافظة البحيرة). الجهاز المركزي للتعبئة العامة والإحصاء. تاريخ الوصول: 7 نوفمبر 2014. نسخة محفوظة 22 أكتوبر 2017 على موقع واي باك مشين.