Minya Postal Code

61718 - Sunflower Harona
61752 - Saft milk Minya
61521 - Courts Complex Downtown
61754 - Nazlet Hussein Downtown
61739 - East Minya Saft
61669 - Samalot country
61719 - Slaqos
61613 - Nazlet Gerris Abou Qurqas
61757 - Tahnasha Downtown
61755 - Kafr Khozam Dayr Mawas
61612 - Bani Hassan Sunrise
61759 - Sniff onions _aharih Minya
61762 - Taha Hussein
61761 - El Hasayba Dayr Mawas
61758 - Itsa Union
61685 - Abu Aziz
61626 - Mnehry Minya
61763 - Minya flower
61687 - Aato endowment
61765 - Com Allovy Minya
61764 - Sheikh Masoud Minya
61766 - Demiana endowment Minya
61767 - Built Khald_ Minya
61768 - The new city of Minya
61769 - Bani Samet Bani Mazar
61771 - Touh Downtown
61772 - Saft El Gharbeya Downtown
61773 - Dhmarw Minya
61774 - El Sheikh Shebeka Mallawi
61775 - Joseph Sedky
61658 - Built Khald_ Megaga
61776 - Fulfillment of Minya
61777 - El Areen El Bahary Mallawi
61778 - Khuzam facility
61523 - Young Future
61779 - Nazlet Touna Mallawi
61781 - Alanahth
61782 - Beni Amer
61524 - Hope
61688 - Second hill
61784 - Industrial area of Minya
61785 - Tookh Minya
61786 - Abul Abbas
61787 - Aezagh
61788 - Tel island built Imran
61789 - Nasiriyah Deir Mawas
61791 - Younis Samida
61792 - Catarrh Asital
61794 - Svay
61795 - Daqov
61796 - Brown and Touch
0 - Bustlon
61797 - Saad Younis
61799 - The descent of the columns
61811 - Al-Kamayer
61798 - Heart
61523 - El Menia Mahatta El Mahatta
61759 - Freedom
61511 - Minya main
61512 - Minya Sub
61617 - Bani Ebaid Abou Qurqas
61666 - Brown sang
61671 - Bani Mazar
61645 - El Bayadeya Malwa
61642 - Tenda Mallawi
61619 - Geris Abou Qurqas
61641 - Derwet Menia Mallawi
61648 - Dalga
61722 - Damishar
61651 - Deir Al Barsha
61736 - Deir Mawas Dayr Mawas
61661 - Samalot
61662 - Samalot sub
61723 - Saft El Khammar Downtown
61677 - Sndfa mouse
61515 - Taha El Sabaa Downtown
61733 - Qlandol
61744 - Gulwsna
61691 - Megaga
61681 - Matai
61699 - Malatya
61631 - Mallawy Mallawi
61632 - Malwa sub
61728 - Mansafis Abou Qurqas
61621 - Hor
61668 - Mankateen
61675 - Sweet
61643 - Catarrh Albderman
61738 - Lubna Salim
61634 - Mallawy 3 Mallawi
61682 - Menbal
61514 - El Menia 4 Downtown
61725 - Toukh El Khail Downtown
61746 - Abu Greg
61727 - Bani Mohamed Sultan Downtown
61646 - Presses Malwa
61614 - Abashadat
61664 - Good Samalot
61697 - Tunbdy Megaga
61636 - Naway Mallawi
61724 - Taha columns
61696 - Harona
61674 - Qays
61698 - Sympathy Haider
61721 - Hill
61615 - Abyoha
61667 - Shusha
61638 - Touna El Gabal Mallawi
61618 - Bani Mousa Abou Qurqas
61622 - Nazlet Asmant Abou Qurqas
61517 - Etiquette of Minya College
61676 - Halgam
61692 - Megaga _ subsidiary
61683 - Labuan
61644 - Alredamon
61639 - Or Qmus
61616 - Pellnsourh
61684 - Brdnoha
61665 - Purposefulness
61649 - El Barsha Mallawi
61737 - Tanov
61693 - Jihad
61714 - Soldiery
61633 - A second wrench
61516 - Sultan District Downtown
61635 - Alahmonin
61672 - Sub built shrine
61647 - Amoalqh facility
61518 - Land of birth
61653 - Dayrout Umm Nakhla Mallawi
61747 - Deir Mawas sub
61654 - Mallawy 4 Mallawi
61753 - Damisha and Hashim
61655 - Mallawy El Gadida Mallawi
61656 - Osamu bride
61756 - Ammaria East
61748 - Tal Bani Omran Dayr Mawas
61657 - Deir Abu Hanas
61734 - Abou Yaaqub Downtown
61715 - Brdobat

Minya Postal Code / Minya Zip Code

140 Total numbe of Postal code in Minya Egypt 

About Minya

Minya is the capital of the Minya Governorate in the upper part of Egypt, which is called Egypt. It is about 245 km (152 miles) south of Cairo. It is on the western bank of the Nile River, which flows north through Cairo. People who live in the city call it Men'at Khufu, which means the city of Khufu's nursing. This name connects it to the Pharaoh Khufu, who built the Great Pyramid at Giza. Sahidic Coptic Tmoone and Bohairic Thmona, which are both words for "residence," may also have given the name Minya. This is because an early monastery used to be in the area. People who live there found out about the Codex Tchacos in that city. Minya is called the "Bride of Upper Egypt" by the people who live there because of its important role as a link between the north and the south of Egypt. Minya is one of the places in Egypt with the most Coptic Christians (approximately 50 percent of total population). [2] City: Minya University, Suzanne Mubarak Center for Arts, new Museum of Minya and North of Upper Egypt Radio & TV are all in this city. It was during the Predynastic Period (before 3100 BC) that the area that is now Minya and its surrounding lands became the 16th nome (district). It was a separate city-state until the ruler Menes unified Egypt around 3100 BC. There were 42 nomes in Egypt before it came together. 16th nome: It was also known as the "Oryx nome" because of the many Oryx antelopes that lived there. After Egypt was united, the provincial capital of the 16th nome became a very important place for trade. It was next to a trade route to the Red Sea that the Levantine traders used to get their goods from Sinai and Canaan. Later in the Old Kingdom, the name of the city was changed to Men'at Khufu, which linked it to the Pharaoh Khufu or Cheops, who ruled around 2550 BC. It was thought that he was born there. One day, the city of Minya, which is now called Men'at Khufu, may have existed. It hasn't been found, but it's thought to have been in this area. Following the fall of the Old Kingdom and during the First Intermediate Period, the rulers of Men'at Khufu became rich and powerful and had some independence from the Pharaohs. The princes of the Oryx nome didn't get involved in the long fight between the Herakleopolitan and Theban kingdoms in the First Intermediate Period. Eventually, during the reign of Baqet III, they formed an alliance with the Thebans in the time of Mentuhotep II. After the Thebans took over the nome of Oryx, the same family was still in charge. This was because of their pro-Theban policy. Their power was at its peak during the 11th Dynasty. Like Pharaohs, the rulers of the Oryx nome were very concerned about their lives after they died. This is what happened in Mena'at Khufu: The pyramid building era had ended, or maybe they could not afford to build their own. The limestone cliffs of the eastern desert overlooking a gentle curve in the Nile were an ideal place to build their tombs. People who lived in Beni Hasan back then had a lot of power and money. These chapels are the only thing left from that time. These thirty nine rock-cut tombs can still be seen above the modern day village of Beni Hasan. In spite of how small and simple the Beni Hasan tombs may seem, they are very important because their walls show more about life in ancient Egypt than any other monument in Egypt. In fact, these tombs give us more information about everyday life in Egypt than about the rulers who built them. They show how people lived and worked. A pharaoh called Amenemhat II (1929–1895 BC) cut the power of the rulers of Minya, Egypt. After 12th Dynasty, the rulers of Minya had lost their power and their role in the city. During the Second Intermediate Period, Minya and the rest of Lower and Middle Egypt were taken over by the Hyksos, who were also in charge of the rest of Egypt at the time. It looks like Minya's rulers helped the Hyksos 15th Dynasty rulers fight against the native Egyptian pharaohs of the 16th and 17th dynasties. This is what happened in Minya: During this time, Theban Pharaohs began trying to get rid of the people called Hyksos from Egypt. Minya was where the first major battle of that struggle happened. The last pharaoh of the 17th dynasty, Kamose, marched his Medjay troops north to Nefrusy, which is a few miles south of Minya. He defeated the army of a man called Teti son of Pepi, who is said to have turned Minya into a "nest of the Asiatics." This battle took place in 1552 BC. Afterward, Ahmose I, the younger brother of Kamose, went north and expelled the Hyksos from Egypt for good around 1540 BC. This was their first major defeat. In the case of the Beni Hasan tombs, most of them were later desecrated by people. Some were defaced by the rulers that came after them. A lot of monuments that were built after Egypt was no longer ruled by Pharaohs were demolished over the years. In the early years of Christianity and Islam, tombs were turned into homes or used as a source of stone. They were also intentionally damaged by Christians and Muslims.

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Tarek Abdel-Aziz
Flat 4, Building 7, 26th Street
Sunflower Harona 61718
Minya Egypt

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Minya Egypt Postal code format