Atfih is a town in Middle Egypt. It turned into a part of the now defunct Helwan Governorate from April 2008 to April 2011, after which it was reincorporated into the Giza Governorate. As of 2001, it has a population of 106,300 populations. Atfih became called Tpyhwtin in antiquity and Busiris to the Romans. Some of the Ancient Egyptian monuments determined inside the city consist of an animal necropolis, Greco-Roman tombs, and sepulchers of cows in big limestone tombs. About 17 km north turned into observed the Tomb of Ip who lived around 2000 BC. In Atfih, on 1 March 2011, the metropolis's core in Atfih has seen skirmishes between a few Muslim and Christian humans.
And that befell due to the fact there was a courting between a younger Christian and a Muslim girl. An outrage arose and Muslims of the metropolis went to the church of the 2 martyrs and set it on fireplace. Hence, the Christians tested in front of Maspiro TV building worrying that the church must be built within the identical area and Christians must be lower back to their homes within the metropolis adequately.
Currency: Pounds - EGP Pincode of Atfih: 12357 Language : English, Arabic Weather: Summer 20°C to 34°C Winter 10°C to 18°C