"Damiat" redirects here. For the Bulgarian wine grape also known as Damiat, see Dimiat.
City in Egypt
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the Old Bridge, Maeini Mosque entrance, Damietta Cornich, Maeini Mosque dome, fishing in Damietta.
Location of Damietta within Egypt
Coordinates: 31°25′00″N 31°49′17″E / 31.41667°N 31.82139°E / 31.41667; 31.82139 Country Egypt Governorate Damietta • City 87.60 km 2 (33.82 sq mi) Elevation 5 m (16 ft) • City 349,281 • Density 4,000/km 2 (10,000/sq mi) • Metro 1,100,000 Demonym Damiettan Time zone UTC+2 (EST) Area code (+20) 57
Damietta's Corniche along the Nile.
Amr ibn al-A'as Mosque (al-Fateh)
Capture of Damietta by Frisian crusaders.
A 1911 postcard: the City of Damietta on the Nile.
Damietta (Egyptian Arabic: دمياط Dumyāṭ [domˈjɑːtˤ]; Coptic: ⲧⲁⲙⲓⲁϯ, romanized: ) is a port city and the capital of the Damietta Governorate in Egypt, a former bishopric and present multiple Catholic titular see. It is located at the Damietta branch, an eastern distributary of the Nile Delta, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the Mediterranean Sea, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Cairo. Damietta joined the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities.
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Damietta (Egyptian Arabic: دمياط Dumyāṭ [domˈjɑːtˤ]; Coptic: ⲧⲁⲙⲓⲁϯ, romanized: Tamiati) is a port city and the capital of the Damietta Governorate in...
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1215, did not participate as promised. Following the successful siege of
Damietta in 1218–1219, the Crusaders occupied the port for two years. Al-Kamil,...
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Damietta Governorate (Arabic: محافظة دمياط Muḥafazah Dumyāṭ [moˈħɑfzet domˈjɑːtˤ]) is one of the 27 governorates of Egypt. It is located in the northeastern...
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Damietta (Arabic: قسم مدينة دمياط الجديدة) is a city in the Damietta Governorate, Egypt. The city is located north of Old Damietta and lies on the...
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commanders began the planning to attack the Egyptian port of
Damietta. The fortifications of Damietta were impressive, and included the Burj al-Silsilah – the...
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31.76806°E / 31.46694; 31.76806 Egypt's
Damietta Port is located 10 km west of the Nile river of Damietta branch westward Ras El-Bar, 70 km to the west...
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Damietta, Sack of Damietta or Siege of Damietta may refer to: Sack of Damietta (853), a part of the Arab–Byzantine wars Siege of Damietta (1169)...
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Damietta Sporting Club (Arabic: نادي دمياط للألعاب الرياضية), is an Egyptian football club based in Damietta, Egypt. The club is currently playing in the...
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way, despite several sackings. A combined Byzantine–Crusader siege of
Damietta failed in 1169, the same year that Saladin took power in Egypt as vizier...
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Damietta University was founded in 2012 in Damietta city in Egypt (Arabic: دمياط Dumyāṭ). The Faculty of Education opened for the academic year 1976-77...
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Damietta due to lack of food. She knew that Damietta could not hold without the Italians and she summoned their leaders. If Damietta were to be...
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SEGAS LNG is a liquefied natural gas (LNG) complex in
Damietta, Egypt. It is located 60 kilometres (37 mi) west of Port Said. The name SEGAS comes from...
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Battle of Baltim (also Battle of
Damietta, Battle of Baltim– Damietta, Battle of Damietta–Baltim or Battle of Damietta – El Burelos) was fought between...
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El Sab Borg El Arab Borg El Burullus Bush Cairo Dahab Dairut Damanhur
Damietta Dar El Salam Daraw Deir Mawas Dekernes Dendera Desouk Diarb Negm Dishna...
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Fifth Crusade 2nd
Damietta 1st Fariskur 1st Mansurah Sixth Crusade and aftermath Gaza 3rd Jerusalem La Forbie Seventh Crusade 3rd Damietta 2nd Mansurah 2nd...
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Halley's Comet. 853 – A Byzantine fleet sacks and destroys undefended
Damietta in Egypt. 1176 – The Hashshashin (Assassins) attempt to assassinate Saladin...
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into sections, with the Nile dividing into two main distributaries, the
Damietta and the Rosetta, flowing into the Mediterranean at port cities with the...
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Smith unloaded an army of Janissaries near
Damietta, between Lake Manzala and the sea. The garrison of Damietta, 800 infantry and 150 cavalry strong, commanded...
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Burullus (m) Dahab (k) Dairut (m) Damanhur (k) Damanhur (m)
Damietta (m) Damietta 1 (k) Damietta 2 (k) Dar El Salam (m) Daraw (m) Deir Mawas (m) Dekernes...
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resounding victory in the Sack of Amorium. The Byzantines responded by sacking
Damietta in Egypt, and Al-Mutawakkil responded by sending his troops into Anatolia...
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large Byzantine fleet of some 300 ships to assist Amalric, and the town of
Damietta was placed under siege. However, the Byzantine fleet sailed with enough...
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or 5 June 1249 and began their campaign with the capture of the port of
Damietta. This attack caused some disruption in the Muslim Ayyubid empire, especially...
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through the beach city New
Damietta. It has made road traffic and transportation easier and faster between the ports of New Damietta and Alexandria. The road...
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Farscor Bridge International Coastal Road Bridge
Damietta high Bridge, Damietta Damietta Bridge, Damietta Kafr El Zayat Bridges, Kafr El Zayat Zefta Bridge...
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