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Qusier is a city in Egypt., it lies along the Red Sea. Its ancient name was "Leucus Limen"  that means "the white port".



In the fifteenth century PC, the Egyptian queen Hatchipsut used the ancient port of this city as a base for launching trade journeys to Bont Land. During the Roman Era, Qusier used as a trade port and. In the Islamic era, Qusier was an important port to transport the pilgrims to Mecca. for more details


The Ottoman Sultan Selim 1st constructed the fortress of Qusier to protect the city against invasion campaigns. Napoleon Bonaparte realized the importance of this port and tried to occupy the city but failed to stay in the city for a long time. Muhammad Ali rebuilt the fortress of the City and used its port for launching his military campaigns against Wahabis in Hijaz. (now Saudi Arabia).for more details



Qusier is located 138 kilometers south of Hurghada, 139 km north of Marsa Alam and 73km north of the Marsa Alam International Airport. Hamrawain is a village that belongs to Qusier in the south.


Quseir is a growing tourist city. It is popular among divers for its pristine and unpopulated dive sites, and well known for peaceful beaches and transparent waters, it contains a number of good hotels of different ratings. Phosphate is another main economic activity in the city especially in Hamrawain Village for more details


Its population was approximately 20,000 as of 1986. Today, its population is around 50,000 (2006 census). Some of this population work in fishing.

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