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Red Sea Governorate  
Geography  
The Red Sea Governorate is bordered on the north by the Suez Governorate, to the east by the Red Sea, and to the west by the governorates of Aswan, Qena, Sohag, Asyut, al-Minya and Beni Suef. In the south it is bordered by Sudan's Red Sea State. The area of Red Sea Governorate is 203,685 km2 , and it has a 1080 km- long beach .
Red Sea Governorate
Red Sea Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. Located between the Nile and the Red Sea in the southeast of the country, its southern border forms part of Egypt 's border with Sudan. It consists of its capital the city of Hurghada in addition to 5 other cities (Ras Ghareb – Safaga – Qusier – Marsa Alam – Shalatin) .
Population  
The population of Red Sea Governorate was 288,233 inhabitants (according to the latest census in 2006), of which more than 275,000 lived in a few towns along the coast. Historically, the population since 1937 was as follows:
  • 1937: 9914  - 1947: 15 929 - 1966: 38,000  -1976: 56 191
  • 1986: 90 491  -1996 155 695 -2006: 288 23
 
   
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