Red Sea Postal Code

Red Sea Postal Code / Red Sea Zip Code

42 Total numbe of Postal code in Red Sea Egypt 

About Red Sea

The Red Sea is a waterway that connects the Indian Ocean with the water of the Red Sea. It is between Africa and Asia. Bab el Mandeb and Gulf of Aden are two ways it gets to the ocean from its southern side. Aqaba and Suez are on its north. The Sinai Peninsula and the Gulf of Aqaba can be found to the east and west (leading to the Suez Canal). In the Great Rift Valley, the Red Sea Rift is part of it. It is beneath it. The Red Sea has a surface area of about 438,000 km2. It is about 2250 km long and 355 km wide at its widest point. At its deepest point, the Suakin Trough, it is 4,90 m (1,608 ft) deep (9,970 ft). The Red Sea also has a lot of shallow shelves that are known for their marine life and corals. Over 1,000 types of invertebrates and 200 types of soft and hard coral live in the sea. It is the world's northernmost tropical sea, and it has been named one of the world's top 200 ecoregions. It is a direct translation of the Greek word for "red sea." Europeans used to call the sea the Erythraean Sea, but now they just call it the sea itself. Mare Rubrum, also known as the "Arabian Gulf," was also called Pontus Herculis by the Romans (Sea of Hercules). Other names for the sea include the Arabic: , which means "the Sea of Clysma," the Coptic Phiom nari, Yamm summq, Somali Badda cas, and Tigrinya Qeyyi br. The sea is also called the "Sea of Clysma" in other languages. The name of the sea may be a reference to the red-colored Trichodesmium erythraeum that grows near the surface of the water at different times of the year. Some modern scholars think that the name red refers to the direction south, just like the Black Sea's name refers to the north. Based on the fact that some languages in Asia use colour words to refer to the cardinal directions, this theory says that this might be why. Herodotus sometimes refers to the Red Sea and the Southern Sea as the same thing. 'Sea of Reeds' is the Hebrew name for Yam Suph (Hebrew: 'Sea of Reeds'). It comes from the Bible. When the name is written in Coptic, it is called "Sea of Hah." This is because the name comes from the Ancient Egyptian root '-', which means water and sea (for example the names of the Ogdoad gods Heh and Hauhet). A long time ago, western geographers also called it Mare Mecca (Sea of Mecca), and the area around it was called the Sinus Arabicus by them (Gulf of Arabia). Geographers from the past sometimes referred to the Red Sea as "Gulf of Arabia" or "Gulf of Arabia." There has been a long-standing connection between the Red Sea and the biblical account of the Israelites crossing the Red Sea. This connection was made clear in the Septuagint translation from Hebrew to Koine Greek in the third century B.C. It is called Erythra Thalassa in that version. In Hebrew, it is called Yam Suph, which means "Sea of Reeds," or "Erythra" (Red Sea). English names the Red Sea, the Black Sea, the White Sea, and the Yellow Sea all after common colours. The other three are the Black Sea, and the Yellow Sea and the White Sea. When the Latin word Mare Erythraeum is translated directly from Greek, it refers to the north-western part of the Indian Ocean, and it also refers to a place on Mars.

What is Red Sea Address Format?

Omar Ali
Flat 4, Building 7, 26th Street
Hurghada 84511
Red Sea Egypt

What is Red Sea Zipcode Format?
Red Sea Egypt Postal code format