The Great Mosque
Hurghada's El Mina Mosque was built in 2012 in a unique architectural style at an investment of over £20 million. It is one of the largest mosques in Hurghada, the largest tourist city in Egypt. The mosque has a privileged location near the marina and a privileged position on the religious, cultural and tourist map of the Red Sea Province and Egypt as a unique architectural monument, expressing the whole of Islamic architecture.
the fish and vegetable market
The Cathedral of Saint Shenouda
This religious monument was built in 2011 on the site of a small church that no longer suited Hurghada's growing Christian community. It looks quite modest from the outside, but inside, the architecture is intricate. The religious murals above the altar are interesting and the stained glass windows and painted ceilings are simply breathtaking.
Hurghada Museum of Antiquities,
The Hurghada Museum of Antiquities is the first museum of antiquities in the governorate of al-Bahr al-Ahmar (Red Sea) and opened in February 2020. It is also the first museum of its kind, as it is the result of a collaboration between the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the governorate of al-Bahr al-Ahmar (Red Sea) and the private sector. The construction of the museum was financed by the private sector. The museum contains 2,000 objects that tell the story of Egypt, from ancient Egypt, Greco-Roman, Jewish, Christian, Islamic and modern times.