Egyptian Post Office
The Egyptian Post, or Egyptian Post, was founded in 1865 and is considered one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions in Egypt. Egypt, as a central, organized and civilized country in the Middle East, throughout history, knew the transport of mails in ancient times, and in the Middle Ages, the movement of transporting mails in Egypt developed through the use of horseshoes.
There was also an air mail which was transported by carrier pigeons, it was developed by Sultan Al-Zahir Baibars. In the modern era, the origin of transmitting mails in Egypt through posts dates back to year 1831
Al-Azhar Car Tunnel is a project that was implemented as one of the components of the project to develop the Fatimid Cairo area and develop it touristically as it is one of the important archaeological areas in the history of Islamic Egypt while protecting it from the effects of environmental, visual and audio pollution resulting from various means of surface transportation.