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The 6th of October Governorate
6th of October Governorate
was one of the governorates of Egypt. It was located in Middle Egypt, to the west of the Nile
Nile
valley.

Contents

1 History 2 Geography 3 Cities 4 See also 5 References

History[edit] The 6th of October Governorate
6th of October Governorate
was split from the Giza Governorate
Giza Governorate
on 17 April 2008. It was created through a presidential decree in order to ease the burden placed on Giza, one of Egypt's most densely populated governorates.[1] The 6th of October City
6th of October City
became the capital of the 6th of October Governorate, which was mostly made up of recently established planned communities such as the Sheikh Zayed City. On 14 April 2011, prime minister Essam Sharaf
Essam Sharaf
dissolved the 6th of October Governorate and reincorporated its territory into the Giza Governorate.[2] The governorate's name commemorates the Egyptian military's successful crossing of the Suez Canal on 6 October 1973 during the October War. 6 October is also Egypt's Armed Forces Day. Geography[edit] The area of the 6th of October is largely desert but contains the left bank of the Nile
Nile
valley to both the north and south of Giza, and the important oasis town of Bahariya. It is traversed by the northeasterly line of equal latitude and longitude, a line where the northern latitude and eastern longitude are the same. Cities[edit]

6th of October City

See also[edit]

Giza Governorate Helwan governorate
Helwan governorate
(now defunct)

References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to 6th of October Governorate.

^ "Egypt's PM centralises Helwan and 6 October governorates". Al-Ahram. 14 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-04-16.  ^ "Fresh reshuffle in Egypt's governors". Egypt
Egypt
State Information Service. 15 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-04-16. 

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Governorates of Egypt

Urban

Cairo Alexandria Port Said Suez

Lower Egypt

Ismailia Kafr El Sheikh Gharbia Dakahlia Sharqia Monufia Qalyubia Damietta Beheira

Upper Egypt

Giza Faiyum Beni Suef Minya Asyut Sohag Qena Aswan Luxor

Frontier

Red Sea New Valley Matrouh North Sinai South Sinai

Coordinates: 29°56′17″N 30°54′50″E / 29.93806°N 30.91389°E /

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