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Smart Village Egypt

Smart Village, Egypt (Arabic: القرية الذكية‎) is a village established by Republican Decree no.355 in 2000, with activities starting in 2001. It is located on the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road in the Abu Rawash area to the west of the capital. Smart Village occupies an area of 450 Feddans including 317 feddans for the administrative buildings and green spaces, as well as a lake area and waterfalls.

The first stage of the Smart Village was inaugurated in September 2003; it includes Communication Centre building, Business Service Center, Conference Center, and Technological incubators which support new small businesses and small investors in the field of technology. There are also a post services centre, a reception and meetings center, a library and a center for electronic printing, publishing, and imaging.

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  • Official website

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