Suez Ūn-hô

Suez Ūn-hô (A-la-pek-gí: قناة السويس, Qanā al-Suways) sī 1 tiâu Tē-tiong-hái thong Âng-hái ê ūn-hô, tiàm-tī Se-nái Poàn-tó ê sai piⁿ, Ai-ki̍p kèng lāi, tn̂g 163 km, siōng e̍h ê só͘-chāi kan-taⁿ 300 m khoah. Ūn-hô hō͘ chûn ē-tit ùi Au-chiu lâm-pō͘ ti̍t sái kàu A-chiu sai-lâm, m̄-bián se̍h Hui-chiu 1 liàn. Hiān-tāi ê Suez Ūn-hô tī 1869 nî thong chûn, liáu-āu ūn-su tō lóng ē-tàng séng koh kiâⁿ lio̍k-tē.

Suez Ūn-hô
SuezCanal-EO.JPG
NASA ê oē-chheⁿ tô͘, the Suez Canal from space, showing
the Great Bitter Lake at the centre (before the 2015 expansion)
Coordinates 30°42′18″N 32°20′39″E / 30.70500°N 32.34417°E / 30.70500; 32.34417
Specifications
Length 193.3 km (120.1 miles)
Maximum boat beam 77.5 m (254 ft 3 in)
Maximum boat draft 20.1 m (66 ft)
Locks
Navigation authority Suez Canal Authority
History
Construction began 1859 nî 9 goe̍h 25 ji̍t;​ 163 nî í-chêng​ (1859-09-25)
Date completed 1869 nî 11 goe̍h 17 ji̍t;​ 152 nî í-chêng​ (1869-11-17)
Geography
Start point Port Said
End point Suez Port

Ūn-hô thâu-khí-seng sī Hoat-kok kong-si khòng-chè--ê, āu--lâi tī 1886 nî hō͘ Britain the̍h--khì. 1956 nî Ai-ki̍p kiông-kiông kā kok-iú-hoà, ín-khí Hoat-kok, Britain, Í-sek-lia̍t 3 kok phài kun kau-chiàn, chiàm-niá; kāng hit nî hêng Ai-ki̍p. 1967 nî kàu 1975 nî tiong-kan, khì hō͘ Ai-ki̍p hong-só.