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Sadat City in Egypt is a markaz (city center) located in the northern part of the country. The city is named after the assassinated former president of Egypt, Anwar Sadat. Sadat City is located 94 km northwest of Cairo in Menoufia Governorate. It is well known for being one of the largest industrial cities in Egypt.
Sadat City is one of the cities established by the Urban Communities Authority for preserving agricultural land and preventing them from decaying. The Authority was concerned about urban sprawl and also about reconstructing the desert region located around the Delta. Another reason for Sadat City's establishment was to provide an outlet for the high population centers which cause a burden for the Delta Governorates. Establishment of Sadat City also helped the many incoming inhabitants find with new work opportunities and housing prospects.
Sadat city is northwest of Cairo on the Alex Desert Road. It is connected with the Central Delta Governorates along with the Cairo as well. The city covers a total area of 500 square km and is divided into 28,000 acres of land area. This land was given to investors for growing conventional crops, and 2,000 additional acres is for city farms, while a further 3,000 acres land area is preserved for use as a food supply area.
The housing system in Sadat shows a great amount of variation and has many different architectural styles and patterns. There are many varieties of affordable housing and in addition there is a Mubarak National Youth Housing, which helped construct 140 houses. Also, there is a future housing project planned by a leading venture capitalist firm that is managed by capable businessmen who together are hoping to establish an adequate housing system for all. The project is planne dto result in 1,011 housing units.
At Sadat, the city has a well-connected network for both inside the city and with outside places. The city can be reached easily due to its connection with the many major roads in Egypt. The city is connected to the Regional Road that connects Sadat with the Delta Governorates via the Sadat Bridge and the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road. The internal road network is also well maintained to ensure easy driving. There are regular buses from Sadat to Cairo and Delta governorates and two bus stations and microbus stations are also present in the city.
Sadat is a well-developed city and there are many established educational facilities. There are colleges and universities offering comfortable accommodation for students coming here to study from overseas destinations and Egypt. The communication network is well developed with a very well laid telephone network and internet connectivity. In terms of religious needs, there are many mosques in Sadat and an Islamic Center that also demonstrates the nobility and beauty of Islamic architecture. A church is also situated at the city center. Health services are widely available and are modern and convenient.
Sadat city is worth visiting. It has a large green belt area surrounding the city and has earned a place in the top ten industrial societies in the Middle East boasting a clean environment and secure natural resource. Sadat city has helped greatly in contributing to the overall progress of Egypt and is an inspiring place to visit.