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The first asserts that the name refers to the family of Ahmed El Zagazoogy who established the city of Zagazig before Mohamed Ali even started paying attention to the city.The name of the city of Zagazig was mentioned in the description of Egypt drafted by the French soldiers during the occupation of Egypt in the beginning of the 19thcentury but it was named Kafer Zegzy.The second theory claims that the name Zagazig originated when Mohamed Ali ordered his men to build Nile barrages in the position of the dam that was constructed to store the water of the Mois Sea to provide the required water to aggregate the lands of the Sharkeya governorate.When the builders and workers came to the city to build the new barrage, they lived in small huts made out of mud on both sides of the sea.
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With a few years passing by, the lands of the city started expanding and this whole new administrational hub became bigger and bigger when tradesmen, various craftsmen, and manufacturers started residing in the new city and establishing their new businesses there.
After the creation of the railway station in Zagazig at the end of the 19th century where trains used to travel, on a regularschedule, from Zagazig to Cairo to the North, Mansoura and Suez to the West.
With the population of the city estimated to be more than one million and a half inhabitants in the statistics carried out by the Egyptian government in 2010, Zagazig remained as one of the largest and most important cities of the Nile Delta, together with Mansoura, Tanta, and El Mahala, Zagazig.