Maadi is one of the most famous areas of Cairo the Egyptian capital. It is located in the south of the city on the eastern bank of the Nile River.
Among the most important places there are: the Constitutional Court, the Petrified Forest, the Azraa Maryam Church, the satellite station, the Maadi Public Office, 9th Street which is one of the most famous places to go out in Maadi.
9th Street gained its fame because The presence of a large number of cafes and restaurants in it, it is a destination for many young people as well as families looking for a quiet place to gather.
The Old Maadi area or neighborhood is considered the headquarters of embassies and the headquarters of international bodies and foreign experts. It is also famous for its high towers, some of which are as tall as the Great Pyramid.