Can you take pictures please?
Well, honestly, there isn't so much to see. Taking the tissues with the blood of the martyrs in a photograph would seem indecent to me. Apart from that, Alexandria basically is 20 km along the beach and only goes about 3 km inside the land.
Next to the beach is the Corniche, the main street with 5 lanes in each direction, and right behind that highrise apartment buildings being built extremely close to each other with small streets running between them.
No green spaces or anything. I mean, I do understand everyone wants to live in walking distance to the beach, but this is a bit too much. On the other hand, it is somewhat practical, because the Corniche links all parts of the city, and there are lot of minibusses permanently running on it, which cost just 1 Egyptian Pound (less than 20 US cents).
Islam here is strict and dominant, to the point that it is hard to find a beer. The local All Muslim women wear the headscarf (hijab), many even veil their faces (niqab). On the beach, they enter the water in clothes or wear the burkini. Only the Islamic concept that the mosque tower should be the highest building is obviously not followed. Compared to the 18 floors building, where I am living on the 15th floor, the neighboring mosque looks quite small.
Local Christians often react to this situation by socializing mostly among themselves, hanging out in churchyards (remember, no parks, gardens or anything).