This project seeks to record and preserve intangible heritage through oral history. The BA Alexandria and Mediterranean Research Center (Alex Med) was one of thirteen partners from Mediterranean cities who took part in this European Union funded project coordinated by the London Metropolitan University. Alex Med’s contribution to the project revolved around Alexandria’s unique cosmopolitan experience. Oral narratives were recorded from surviving members of the different communities that once made up the city of Alexandria. Focusing on cultural history and practices, such as family origins, customs, folklore, and ritual, the narratives collected contributed to a website and a book—Voices from Cosmopolitan Alexandria—in addition to enriching Alex Med’s own extensive database of material related to the city. The project also includes the publication of the Cultural Routes of Alexandria, which contains seven thematic maps each with a different route highlighting the unique culture and heritage of the city.