Wikitravel Press has created the official Wikimania 2008 travel guide to Cairo and Alexandria. The guide is licensed under Creative Commons by-sa 1.0, and it's available for your reading and editing pleasure at the Wikitravel website:
Printed copies of the June guidebook will be distributed on site (while supplies last), but those wanting to grab a copy before the conference can buy it online (US$11.99) — new July version now available. Take a look at the Alexandria sample chapter (PDF, 6.3 MB) to see what it looks like!
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People who live in Alexandria are among the most helpful people in the world,The official language of Alexandria is Standard Arabic and is used in most written media. Egyptian Arabic ( The language spoken in Alexandria ) is the national and spoken language. Arabic came to Egypt in the seventh century and Egyptian Arabic has since become the modern speech of the country. Of the many varieties of Arabic, it is the most widely spoken second dialect, probably due to the influence of Egyptian cinema throughout the Arabic speaking world. English and French are also widely spoken and used in business and educated circles, Some young people in Alexandria speak Deutsch but not very much . If you want to contact people in Alexandria in their mother language ( Arabic ) :