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Date : 26 April 2019
Status : Available
Name : apartment
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Real Estate : Regular Purpose : Rent Furnished (2102)
Category : Residential Type : Apartment
Country : Egypt (6226) City : Cairo (4478)
Region : AL Maadi (2972)
Floor No : 6 Postal Code : 0
Address : MAADI EL sarayatE
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Rent Price 2500 - 3000 $ ( USD )
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This price is valid until 23 June 2017
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Ensuite No : 0 BedRooms No : 3
Master BedRoom : 1 Total Room No : 4
Land Area : 320  FootPrint Area : 0
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Reception Piece(s) : 1 Kitchens No : 1
Living Rooms No : 0 BathRooms NO : 3
No. of floors : Entrances No : 1
Finishing : Ultra-Luxe Property Lights : High
BedRooms Floor Type : Hard wood Direction : East
Reception Floor Type : Hard wood
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Maadi From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maadi المعادى District Arabic transcription(s) • Common el-Ma?adi Maadi3.jpg Map of Maadi (inset: map of Egypt) Map of Maadi (inset: map of Egypt) Maadi is located in Egypt MaadiMaadi Location of Maadi in Egypt Coordinates: 29°58?N 31°15?ECoordinates: 29°58?N 31°15?E Country Egypt Governorate Cairo Time zone Egypt Standard Time (UTC+2) Maadi or al-Ma'adi (Arabic: المعادى‎‎ / transliterated: al-Ma?adi pronounced [elm?????di]) is an affluent, leafy suburban district south of Cairo, Egypt on the east bank of the Nile about 12 km upriver from downtown Cairo. The Nile at Maadi is parallelled by the Corniche, a waterfront promenade and the main road north into Cairo. There is no bridge across the Nile at Maadi; the nearest one is located at El Mounib along the Ring Road (Tariq al-Da'iri) on the way north to the downtown. The district is popular with many international expatriates as well as Egyptians and is home to a large number of embassies, as well as major international schools, sporting clubs, and cultural institutions such as the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt and the national Egyptian Geological Museum. (See below for details on embassies, schools, clubs, etc.) Contents [hide] 1 Name 2 History 2.1 Second World War 2.2 Post-1952 Revolution 3 Maadi today 3.1 Atmosphere 3.2 Economy and retail 3.3 Transportation 3.4 Culture 3.5 Sport 4 Educational institutions 5 Embassies 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links Name[edit] Ma'?di معادي is the plural form of the Arabic word ma'diyya معدية, which means "ferry"; hence, al-Ma'adi literally means "the ferries". There was a story that the name comes from a ferry crossing in the area where ferries carried people from the east side of the Nile to the west. History[edit] Today's Maadi stands on the site of a town that has turned out to be a significant predynastic, Ancient Egyptian archaeological site, founded ca. 3500 B.C.[1] Building activity in the area has destroyed some archaeologically sensitive places.[citation needed] Maadi traces its modern history to 1904, when the railway between Cairo to the north and Helwan to the south was built. This, in combination with land speculation by the Mosseri cousins and city planning by Alexander Adams, gave rise to a new town. Construction was originally limited to the area adjacent to the railway, but eventually spread west to the Nile. Also, a large British army camp was built east of the railway. The town planning was done in 1905 by a retired Canadian officer Captain Alexander J. Adams. His vision led to the wide boulevards and large villas still seen in Maadi today. There were very strict rules associated with residential development in Maadi with regards to the size of houses, how much of the property could be occupied by the house and how much had to be left for the garden, and the size of the sidewalks. Even window shutters had prescribed colours. Other regulations included wireless radio noise control after 22:00 and fines for not maintaining gardens properly.[2] Shuman sunengine in Maadi on the March 1916 cover of The Electrical Experimenter The world’s first solar thermal power station was built in Maadi.[3] An example of British colonial life in Maadi may be found in The house at Maadi, a short story by Gerald Bullett from his collection The street of the eye (1923).[4] Second World War[edit] During the period between 1940 and 1946, Maadi had an important role in the Military history of New Zealand during World War II; around 76,000 members of the First Echelon, 2 NZEF (Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force) main body trained at a camp near Maadi at the base of the desert slopes of Wadi Degla and Tel al-Maadi. During that time this area belonged to the Delta Land Company which created Maadi in 1907. The rocky plateau was leased to the New Zealand Forces, and for the next six years became New Zealand's main overseas base. A British interrogation centre was also located in Maadi. In July 1942, at the height of the Western Desert Campaign, two German spies revealed under questioning that they had been using a copy of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, found among their possessions, as a codebook for secret, coded radio transmissions. Their equipment, stored on a houseboat on the River Nile, had been examined by a young signals officer from the Egyptian army, future president Anwar Sadat.[2] Post-1952 Revolution[edit] Following the 1952 Revolution, after which the British colonial occupation ended, and the 1956 Suez Crisis, or Tripartite Aggression, in which Britain, France and Israel attacked Egypt to regain control of the Suez Canal, British and French expatriates living in Maadi and elsewhere were forced to leave Egypt. As a result, some of their institutions, such as St.John's Anglican Church, were taken over and run temporarily by other nationalities. Maadi today[edit] The Maadi Grand Mall The oldest area in Maadi is El Sarayat, composed mostly of villas and lowrise buildings. It is the most affluent part of Maadi along with the adjacent Degla area. These two areas are recognizable by the high number of roundabouts, quiet atmosphere and greenery. There are many flats in Maadi, most in lowrise buildings. There are several highrises along the Corniche by the river, as well as in the newer, eastern part of Maadi, known as Degla. Maadi is the least densely populated district in Greater Cairo, and much of it is inhabited by well-to-do Egyptians, as well as expatriates,[2] many of whom are connected with embassies, ambassadorial residences and international corporations located in Maadi. The Cairo office for the USAID is also located in Maadi. Many streets in Maadi continue to have speed bumps as a traffic calming measure.[2] Atmosphere[edit] Maadi has a reputation for being green, quieter and more relaxed than urban Cairo. In some parts of Maadi, most notably around Cairo American College, there is virtually no traffic noise. The abundant greenery bears little resemblance to most of the crowded areas seen in urban Cairo, and belies Maadi's original desert location. This reputation is true of the original core of Maadi and Degla; however, outlying developments such as "New Maadi" have brought in the same treeless neighborhoods and mundane architecture as found in much of the rest of Cairo's metropolitan sprawl. Economy and retail[edit] Along with its affluent residents, Maadi is home to many major restaurants and chains as well as a variety of high-end clothing shops, and other retail businesses, many of which are located along the locally famous "Road 9", Maadi's original "downtown" located just south of the Maadi Metro stop on the east side of the track. [icon] This section requires expansion. (February 2012) Taisei Corporation has its North Africa office in Maadi.[5] Transportation[edit] Maadi is served by the Cairo Metro's Line 1, which has now taken over the Cairo-to-Helwan railway. There are three stops in Maadi - from north to south: Hadayek El Maadi, Maadi and Sakanat (Thakanat) El Maadi. Further metro construction in Maadi is foreseen, but nothing is beyond the proposal stage as yet. Egyptian National Railways also operates a line through Maadi, but it is strictly a freight line. There is no longer any passenger service; the station is closed. Culture[edit] Cultural life in Maadi is geared to a great extent towards serving the large expatriate and affluent, bilingual Egyptian populations. For expatriates, Maadi offers a variety of community activities: religious institutions (many churches and a synagogue), amateur theatre groups,[2] sporting clubs, adult courses, and other interest groups. The Maadi Sporting Club, for example, has served the local expat and Egyptian communities since 1921. Maadi has also become a popular place for foreigners to study Arabic, as the suburb now hosts a number of local language schools. Cultural venues include the new Egyptian Geological Museum and the large Maadi Library. Cultural life, locally, largely revolves around dining out and shopping. In addition to numerous Western restaurant chains and cafés, Maadi offers a variety of international cuisine. The most popular places for westerners to shop at "local" stores is along Road 9. There are also international and multilingual bookshops selling foreign newspapers and magazines catering to Maadi's multi-ethnic population. Sport[edit] During World War II members of the 2nd NZEF based at Maadi Camp in Egypt competed in regattas on the Nile against local Egyptian rowing clubs. At a regatta held on 20 November 1943 the Maadi Camp Rowing Club "Kiwi" oarsmen beat the Cairo River Club by 11 points to six to win the Freyberg Cup, which they then gifted to the competitors. In return, as a token of friendship, Youssef Bahgat presented the Kiwis with a cup. Youssef Bahgat's cup was offered to the NZARA (now NZRA) as a trophy for an annual boys' eight-oared race between secondary schools and was brought to New Zealand at the end of the war. Renamed the Maadi Cup it was first raced for in 1947 at Wanganui where it was won by Mt Albert Grammar. The Maadi Cup gained its native timber pyramid shaped base from Mt Albert Grammar's woodwork master, Jack Jenkin, in 1951. The Maadi Sporting Club, founded in 1920 by British expatrates who mainly worked at the Delta Real Estate Company, today offers a range of sports, such as Tennis, Football, Swimming, Squash, Judo, Table Tennis, Sailing, and Rowing. Victory College is the home of a men's and women's softball league as well as a men's rugby league. Educational institutions[edit] [icon] This section requires expansion. (January 2015) International schools: Cairo American College[6] Lycée Français du Caire Maadi Primary Campus[7] Maadi British International School (MBIS) Victory College at Midan Victoria Embassies[edit] Argentinian embassy Cuban embassy Japanese embassy Malawian embassy Mexican embassy Mongolian embassy Paraguayan embassy Peruvian embassy Philippine embassy South African embassy Ugandan embassy Ukrainian embassy Venezuelan embassy See also[edit] Portal icon Egypt portal Helwan 15th of May City Greater Cairo Notes[edit] Jump up ^ [ http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/cities.htm http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/cities.htm] ^ Jump up to: a b c d e Beattie 2005: 183 Jump up ^ Smith, Zachary Alden; Taylor, Katrina D. (2008). Renewable and alternative energy resources: a reference handbook. ABC-CLIO. p. 174. ISBN 978-1-59884-089-6. Jump up ^ Bullett 1971: 181ff. Jump up ^ "Overseas Offices." Taisei Corporation. Retrieved on February 20, 2012. "NORTH AFRICA OFFICE 25th, Rd. No.10, Station Sqr, Maadi, Cairo, ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT" Jump up ^ "Contact Information." Cairo American College. Retrieved on 23 January 2015. "1 Midan Digla Maadi 11431 Cairo, Egypt" Jump up ^ "L'administration du lycée." Lycée Français du Caire. Retrieved on 23 January 2015. "Maadi Site primaire 7, rue 12" References[edit] Beattie, Andrew (2005). Cairo: a cultural history. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-517892-0. Bird, Kai (2010). Crossing Mandelbaum Gate: Coming of age between the Arabs and Israelis, 1956-1978. New York: Scribner. ISBN 978-1-4165-4440-1. Bullett, Gerald William (1971) [1923]. The street of the eye. N.p.: n.p. pp. 181ff. ISBN 0-8369-3970-0. Maadi History Maadi Online - Brief Information External links[edit] Maadi travel guide from Wikivoyage www.maadi.Guide Ultimate Nerd Guide To Maadi District
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