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Cairo Touristic Attractions

Explore Cairo Attractions Guide

Egypt's thriving capital city, Cairo, is a lively travel destination with a wealth of historical sites, cultural attractions, and well-known buildings. 

Do you wonder why millions of tourists visit Cairo each year? Simply because of Cairo's charms. First of all, there are very amazing sights to discover, such as the Great Sphinx and the Pyramids of Giza, in addition to other Egyptian attractions as well. You may also see the amazing items at the Egyptian Museum. There are many things to do in Cairo, such as visiting ancient churches such as the Hanging Church and sacred ancient mosques such as the Al-Azhar Mosque. It is a bit of a busy city, but you can enjoy an enchanting atmosphere unlike other cities. You can also visit the new Grand Egyptian Museum, an architectural masterpiece that is being built to attract over five million tourists each year.

You can enjoy a fascinating tour of the Pyramids to learn about the history of the first stone built in the world in Dahshour, then watch its evolution in Saqqara, and finally the Giza Pyramids area,  home to some of the kings of ancient Egypt—including the legendary builders of the Valley Temple of mummification, Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus. The tour also includes visiting the pyramids of the old kingdom period, when Egyptian religion was at its most powerful.

We have a variety of different trip options for you to choose from when visiting Egypt, so you can uniquely explore the city with our Egypt Luxury Tours. If you're visiting Cairo on a stopover tour in Cairo, you can use your layover to explore different options for what to do during your trip. Or, if you're visiting from the airport, choose one of our day tours to experience Cairo during your trip.

What can we do in Cairo?

Imagine going on a cool adventure to Egypt! Egypt is a special place with a special building called Prince Taz Palace. This building is really interesting and has fascinated people like historians and artists for a long time. It has a story about how it started, and there are still old buildings and things from that time that you can see today. These things are filled with amazing stuff and mysteries we still don't know about.

If you visit The Egyptian Museum In Cairo, you can learn a lot about how we live and what life was like long ago in Egypt. 

 

The Golden Mask of King Tutankhamun
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The Egyptian Museum in Cairo

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The Egyptian Museum is one of the most important destinations for history and culture lovers around the world to visit, as it is the largest archaeological museum in the world and a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Egypt and a wonderful presentation of the country's ancient history.

Top tour Muhammad Ali Mosque in Cairo
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Salah El Din Citadel | Citadel of Cairo

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The Citadel of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi, known as the Citadel of the Mountain, is one of the most important landmarks of Islamic Cairo, and it is located in the “Al-Qalaa” neighborhood, where it is easy while you are in it to see the city of Cairo. past and future.

Top tour Al-Azhar Mosque in cairo
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Islamic Cairo

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Cairo is classified among the most prominent governorates, full of famous Islamic tourist places, as it includes a large number of tourist-attractive areas, which witness a remarkable demand for vacation, as visitors search for the most prominent places, to enjoy time in them.

The Khan el-Khalili Bazaar
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Khan El Khalili

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Since the 14th century, local and foreign traders have conducted business at the Khan el-Khalili souk, which was originally constructed on the site of a former mausoleum. It is the most renowned market in Egypt. One of the city's neighborhoods, Al-Hussein in Cairo, is where it is situated.

The Hanging Church from the outside in cairo
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The Hanging Church

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On the ancient tower of the fortress of Babylon, the Hanging Church of Cairo rises majestically. It has grown to be one of the most popular landmarks in Egypt's most alluring city thanks to its interior's abundance of symbolism and icons. And it's understandable why a location where legend and history converge would have an aesthetic that blends Roman, Egyptian, and Babylonian architecture.

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Ben Ezra Synagogue | Coptic Cairo

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The Ben Ezra Synagogue, also known as El-Shamieen Church and now situated behind the Hanging Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is one of the Egyptian Jewish temples and must be visited by anyone visiting Coptic Cairo.

Sultan Hassan Mosque and Madrasa in cairo
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Sultan Hassan Complex

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The Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan, one of the largest mosques in the world, was built in the middle of the fourteenth century and features some impressive architectural feats for its time.

The Great Sphinx of Giza
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the great sphinx of Giza facts

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The Great Sphinx of Giza, an impressive sculpture with a human head and a lion's body situated next to the Pyramids of Giza, is not supported by any written text. It is one of Egypt's and the entire world's most extraordinary and iconic monuments.

Sakkara Step Pyramid in giza
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Saqqara Necropolis | Egypt Oldest Pyramid

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The massive Djoser monument in Saqqara inspired awe even among the ancient Egyptians. When a visitor first arrived in the New Empire, it appeared to him that "the sky was inside it and Re dawned on him." With us, you can learn more about the Saqqara Necropolis.

museum of Memphis
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Memphis | Egypt's Ancient Capital

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Memphis, one of the oldest and most important cities in ancient Egypt, was situated close to the Giza plateau at the mouth of the Nile River Valley. It served as both the capital of ancient Egypt and a significant cult hub.

Historical Egypt Coptic Churches
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Coptic Cairo | Old Cairo

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The Babylon Fortress, the Coptic Museum, the Hanging Church, the Greek Church of St. George, and numerous other Coptic churches and historical sites are all located in Coptic Cairo, a section of Old Cairo.

Dahshur pyramids
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Dahshur Archaeological Site | Pyramid of Amenemhet III

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Due to its many magnificent pharaonic monuments, "Dahshur" is one of the tourist destinations that attract tourists from all over the world. To build a tomb for himself that was similar to that of his father, Pharaoh "Zoser," who was the owner of the pyramid at Saqqara, the Egyptian pharaoh "Senefru" selected the rocky plateau of Dahshur.

Inside the Step Pyramid | Djoser Pyramid
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The Step Pyramid

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The well-known step pyramid of Sakkara is regarded as the world's first substantial carving in stone. It is, as its name implies, a sequence of six levels of progressively smaller stones that rise to a height of 62 meters (200 feet).

Bab Zuweila - Cairo Gates
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Bab Zuweila

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One of the three remaining entrances to Cairo's fortified medieval city, Bab Zuwayla or Zuweila, dates back to 1092. The Fatimids founded Cairo (Al Qahirah) in 969, and it had a walled-in core that was later strengthened with stone in the 15th century.

Facts about Al Muezz Street Cairo
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El Moez Street

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One of the oldest streets in the world is El Moez Street in Old Cairo. The ancient, still-operating open-air museum from the Fatimid dynasty. There you can see the wonders of Islamic Cairo.

Facts About Islamic Cairo
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Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque

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One of the earliest Islamic structures in Egypt is the Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque, which was constructed in 879. It is regarded as one of the hanging mosques and was constructed on a rocky peak called "Shukr" on Mokattam Mountain. It features Egypt's first spiral minaret.

Monastery of Saint Simon The Tanner
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Monastery of Saint Simon The Tanner

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The church is one of the rarest architectural masterpieces carved in the heart of Mokattam Mountain. It has become one of the most important tourist attractions for being the largest in Egypt, with a capacity for 20,000 people, and has 76 carved images.

information about The Church of Saint Sergius and Bacchus | The Cavern Church | Coptic Cairo
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The Church of Saint Sergius and Bacchus

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The church of St. Sergius and Bacchus is special among the Coptic churches because it's linked to the path of the Holy Family during their escape from King Herod to the land of Egypt. The name of the church is attributed to both Saints Sergius and Bacchus, who were martyred in the region of Rusafa in Syria according to Christian belief.

The Red Pyramid
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The Red Pyramid

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The Red Pyramid is the tallest of the three main pyramids of Dahshur. His name came from the rusty reddish tint of its red limestone. It's the third-largest Egyptian pyramid, which was built later in the city of Giza. The Red Pyramid at the time of its construction was the tallest stone building in the world. And the locals call it the pyramid of bats.

Facts About Pyramid of Teti at Saqqara
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Pyramid of Teti at Saqqara

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The pyramid of Teti at Saqqara, near Giza, was built by Pharaoh Teti, founder of the Sixth Dynasty who ruled Egypt after Pharaoh Unas. Its dimensions and slope were similar to those of the pyramids of Teti's predecessors and successors. Even in the way it was built, it followed the example of Unas: the central masonry was made of tightly packed blocks of stone, enclosed in fine limestone.

Visit Tombs of Nobles at Saqqara
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Tombs of Nobles at Saqqara

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The ancient kingdom was a period of prosperity and tranquility, which is reflected in the structures built at this time. The pyramids, such as the step pyramid of Djoser, the oldest rock structure in history, and the pyramid of Unas, the Mastaba tombs such as the Mastaba tomb of Mereruka and Khnumhotep, make the Saqqara complex one of the most important tourist attractions in Egypt.

Islamic Cairo
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Al Azhar Mosque

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The al-Azhar Mosque was the first mosque to be built in the Fatimid city of Cairo. It is also the oldest and largest Islamic university in the world and is attended by students from many countries.

Al Rifai Mosque
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Al Rifai Mosque

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The Al Rifa'i Mosque is an impressive Muslim temple in Cairo. It is also known as the Royal Mosque for being the burial place of a number of Egyptian royal family members.

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Al Sehemy House

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Bayt El Suhaymi is the first building on the left hand side of Darb El Asafar, a narrow corridor in Fatimid, Cairo. It was restored in 1997 under the auspices of the Arab Fund for Economic Development as part of the Bayt El Suhaymi Area Documentation and Restoration. Many mashrabeya windows, which I have become fond of, can be seen from outside the house.

The Grand Egyptian Museum
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The Grand Egyptian Museum

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The Grand Egyptian Museum, the largest archaeological museum in the world and just a few steps away from opening its doors to the public, is located in the shadow of the pyramids of Giza and, with a space of 480,000 square meters, will house more than 100,000 pieces of Egyptology, including 3,500 relics of the famous "pharaoh child" Tutankhamun.

Cairo International Airport
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Cairo International Airport

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Cairo International Airport is the most important airport in Cairo, the capital of Egypt. It is located in the northeast of the city, almost 15 kilometers away and is managed by Cairo Airport Authority (CAA). It is the second busiest airport on the African continent, after Johannesburg Airport in South Africa.

The Valley Temple of King Chephren | King Khafra
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The Valley Temple of King Chephren

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The Khafre Valley Temple in the Giza complex is notably one of the best-preserved temples or structures of the Ancient Kingdom in Egypt, particularly the Fourth Dynasty. After being buried by desert sand, it was cleared of sand in the 19th century. It is an absolute marvel of engineering, and a masterpiece of ancient Egyptian monumental architecture as well. Its distinctive architectural style identifies it as one of the oldest stone buildings in Egypt, if not the world.

Giza Necropolis
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Giza Pyramids | Necropolis of Giza

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If you think of Egypt, the pyramids will surely come to mind first. No other country in the world has structures as marvelous as those there and almost no other building in the world is associated with as many myths as the pyramids. To this day, researchers are divided over the purpose for which it was built and how the building itself was realized.

Mosque of Muhammed Ali
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Mosque of Muhammad Ali | The Alabaster Mosque in Cairo

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The Muhammad Ali Mosque is one of Cairo's most prominent historical, archaeological and tourist landmarks. With its minarets and its famous soaring domes, the largest domes of Islamic architecture in Egypt, and its prominent location on the edge of the ancient Saladin Citadel, it also houses what are believed to be the tallest pulpits in the Islamic world. It is sometimes called the Alabaster Mosque because of the frequent use of this type of marble in the lining of its walls.

The Roman Fortress of Babylon | Coptic Cairo | Egypt Coptic Churches
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The Roman Fortress of Babylon in Cairo

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The Babylon Fortress, known as the Wax Palace or Babylon Castle, is an ancient fortress located in the city of Cairo in Egypt, specifically in the Old Cairo area next to the Coptic Museum, and now the Pyramids of Giza. The fortress is considered one of the largest fortresses witnessed by the Roman civilization in Egypt, and is one of the largest fortresses built by the empire, as well as the center on which the city of Fustat was built.

Bent Pyramid
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The Bent Pyramid of Snefru

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The leaning pyramid of Senefru is one of the three pyramids built by Senefru. It was called a leaning pyramid, as he started building the pyramid to rise at an angle of 58 degrees, and when the pyramid building reached almost half of its height, it was decided to build the top at an angle of 43 degrees. This technique helped to build a complete pyramid with new technology in Meidum called Red Pyramid.

Mummies room inside the Egyptian Museum
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The Mummies Room inside the Egyptian Museum | Royal Mummies Room

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The Egyptian Museum is considered the largest museum in the world in following the history of a country throughout its various eras and is characterized by the finest and most valuable pharaonic pieces that are priceless, but we will highlight a very important and special part of the Egyptian Museum, which is the room of the mummies.

Wekalet El-Ghouri in Cairo
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Wekalet El-Ghouri in Cairo

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This famous architectural group is located on Al-Moez Street, known as Al-Ghurya. Its founder is Sultan Al-Ghuri, one of the sultans of the Circassian Mamluks, between 909-910 AH / 1504-1550 AD.

Cairo Tower |Cairo Tower Information | Giza Tower
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Cairo Tower | Cairo Tower Information

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The Cairo Tower was built between 1956 and 1961 of reinforced concrete on the design of the Egyptian lotus flower, and is located in the heart of Cairo on the island of Zamalek on the Nile. It is one of Cairo's most famous tourist attractions.

Al Fishawy Cafe in Khan El Khalili
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Al Fishawy Cafe in Khan El Khalili | Egypt's Oldest Cafe

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Al-Fishawi cafe is one of the famous and historic cafes located in one of the narrow alleys adjacent to the Imam Hussein Mosque in the Al-Azhar district, in the heart of Fatimid Cairo, in the Khan Al-Khalili area. It is frequented by a mix of Egyptian, Arab and foreign tourists of all nationalities who are dazzled by the oriental ambiance of the cafe, with its wooden tables and chairs known for its Arab-loaded sofas, and mirrors and wooden-backed frames scattered on the sides.

Qasr El Nil Bridge
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Qasr El Nil Bridge

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The Qasr El Nil Bridge is a bridge located near Tahrir Square in Cairo, is the first bridge established in Egypt to cross the Nile, and is distinguished by those four lion statues at the entrance of the bridge made of bronze.

Meidum Pyramid
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Meidum Pyramid

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The pyramid of Meidum is Egyptian antiquity which is said to be still a secret of the ancient Pharaonic civilization. It is also mentioned to be the first pyramid built-in history, which is the pyramid next to Memphis on the west bank of the Nile River at Beni Suef, 100 km south of Cairo in the region of Meidum.

Mastaba Tomb of Kagemni in Saqqara
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Mastaba Tomb of Kagemni in Saqqara

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Kagami was the first pharaoh of the sixth dynasty. He also receives the name of Memi. He is buried in Saqqarah, in a tomba mastaba next to the funerary complex of Teti, which was discovered in 1843.

Tahrir Square in Cairo
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Tahrir Square in Cairo

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Tahrir Square is one of the most famous and largest and most important Egyptian squares in Cairo, as it has gone through many stages from its inception to the present day, and has witnessed many important historical events in the life of Egypt, and as a result of its historical importance, it has recently undergone a comprehensive development process to become a global tourist destination.

Abusir Pyramids
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Abusir Pyramids | The city of Abusir

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The city of Abusir, several kilometers south of Saqqara, is a funerary complex dedicated to God Osiris, one of the most famous gods of ancient Egypt.

The Coptic Museum
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The Coptic Museum in Old Cairo

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The Coptic Museum is one of the most outstanding and oldest Egyptian museums that was able to collect more than 20,000 artifacts, which testify to the historical events that Egypt witnessed from the beginning of Christianity under Roman rule until the 18th century.

The Alabaster Sphinx of Memphis
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The Alabaster Sphinx of Memphis

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The Sphinx of Memphis is the largest Albastro sculpture ever built. Currently, the Alabaster Sphinx is on display in the open-air museum of Mit Rahina, next to the spectacular colossus of Ramses II.

Birqash Camel Market in Cairo
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Birqash Camel Market in Cairo

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The Egyptian Opera House
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The Egyptian Opera House

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One of Egypt's most significant cultural lights is the Egyptian Opera House, also known as the National Cultural Centre. Since its inception in 1988, it has provided art and various artistic practises at symbolic prices.

El Hussein Mosque
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El Hussein Mosque

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The Hussein Mosque is an old mosque in Cairo, Egypt, close to Al-Hussein district, Khan Al-Khalili. This is considered one of the most important Islamic holy places in Cairo, founded during the Fatimid Califate in 1154. There are many valuable items in the mosque, including the oldest version of the Holy Qur'an.

Museum of Islamic Art Cairo
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Museum of Islamic Art

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The Islamic Art Museum is home to the largest and most beautiful Islamic antiquity collection in the world. The idea of collecting and exhibiting Islamic objects began in 1880 AD, and 1902 saw the completion of the museum's building in the Mamluk style.

Mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Aas | Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque
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Mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Aas | 1st Mosque in Africa

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The Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque was the first Islamic prayer site in Egypt, as well as the first mosque in African territory. The mosque was a plain brick structure with an uncoated floor and a palm leaf roof supported by palm trunks, according to current sources.

The Roda Nilometer in Cairo
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The Roda Nilometer in Cairo | Annual Flooding of the Nile

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From the Pharaonic period to the turn of the twentieth century, Egypt's life cycle was largely dependent on the annual flooding of the Nile: prosperity was linked to the river's flooding, which, however, had to reach a very precise level, as excessively high waters could have had the opposite effect. Learn more about Cairo's Roda Nilometer!

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)
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The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

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Egyptian Civilization National Museum, which comprises all manifestations of the richness and diversity that Egyptian civilization has had in various ages, is one of the largest international museums as well as the only one of its type in Egypt, the Middle-East and Africa. It will contain rare antiquities on its flanks from prehistoric times until now and is schedumed to open in the Museum of Civilization after the transfer of royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.

Marriott Mena House Hotel | historic Hotels in The World
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Marriott Mena House Hotel

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One of the historic Giza hotels in the world is located on the pyramid road outside Cairo.

pyramid complex of unas |  pyramid of unas facts
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pyramid complex of Unas | pyramid of Unas facts

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The Pyramid of Unas is a smooth-sided pyramid built in the 24th century BC for the Egyptian pharaoh Unas, the ninth and last king of the Fifth Dynasty.

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Ti Tomb Saqqara

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The Mastaba of Ti was discovered by Auguste Mariette in 1865. This large and detailed private tomb is not only the finest art of the Old Kingdom, but also one of our main sources of knowledge about life in the Ancient Kingdom of Egypt.

Giza Solar boat museum | Khufu Ship Museum | Khufu ship | Khufu Solar Boat
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The Solar Boat Museum in Egypt

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The ancient Egyptians used to bury the solar boat near the tomb of their pharaoh because they believed that their ruler would need a way to move to the afterlife. Learn more about the solar boat Museum with Cairo Top Tours.

The Pharaonic Village
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The Pharaonic Village

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Pharaoh Village is on Jacob Island, which is situated on the Nile River on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt's capital. It is a well-known tourist destination in Cairo. Every year, thousands of tourists visit. There are a lot of sculptures here.

Bayt al-Suhaymi architecture |  Al Suhaymi House
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Bayt Al-Suhaymi ("House of Suhaymi")

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Bayt Al-Suhaymi is one of the most important ancient Islamic architectural buildings, and it still stands as a living witness and proof of the splendor of Egyptian architecture in the Ottoman period, to the point that historians have referred to it as the turn of Ottoman architecture and its crown, despite the fact that it was built nearly 370 years ago.

the Virgin Mary’s tree.
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Mary's tree in Al-Matareya

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Mary’s tree is considered one of the most amazing Coptic monuments known in Cairo and is known as the Virgin Mary’s tree. It is surrounded by a large wall and in the center is a beautiful garden.

Al-Hakim be Aamr Ellah Mosque
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Al-Hakim be Aamr Ellah Mosque

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The Hakim Mosque was built in 380 AH, at the command of God, during the reign of Al Aziz Bill Allah the Fatimid, who in the year 379 AH (989 CE) began construction of another mosque outside of Bab Al Futuh

Aqsunqur Mosque | Amir Aqsunqur mosque
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Aqsunqur Mosque | Amir Aqsunqur mosque

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The Blue Mosque, also known as the Aqsunqur Mosque, is the largest mosque in Cairo's Bab al-Wazir district and an outstanding example of early Mamluk religious architecture. It includes a mausoleum and an impressive prayer courtyard, which was built in 1347 by Amir Aqsunqur.

Imam Hussein mosque | Masjid Hussein Egypt | Hussaini Masjid
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Imam Hussein mosque | Masjid Hussein Egypt

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Imam Hussein mosque is famous for containing the world's oldest complete manuscript of the Holy Qur'an. It is also located on a very busy street near Khan Khalili Bazaar, which attracts many tourists from all over the world as well as Muslim travelers.

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The Bitter Lakes | Ismailia, Egypt

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The Bitter Lakes branch is considered one of the most prominent branches that were dug years after the construction of the Suez Canal , where the canal was expanded by digging new branches, namely the Al-Balah Branch, the Sulfur Branch, and the Bitter Lake Branch, the most famous of which is the latter because it is an important resource in the production of fish.

 tentmakers market cairo | shopping in cairo | egyptian tent
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Souk of Al Khayamiya

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The ancient “Khayamiya” neighborhood is located in the Bab Zuweila area near the quarter in Bab Al-Khalq. Al-Khayamiya Street, which is one of the most famous tentmakers markets in historical Cairo, is a place covered with wooden panels covered with decorations made of tent fabrics.

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Bab zuweila

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Bab zuweila or Bawabat al‑Mitwalli is one of the Islamic Architecture located in Cairo government built by the Fatimid vizier Badr Al-Din al‑Jamali

Skydiving over the pyramids
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Skydiving over The Giza Pyramids of Egypt

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Skydiving in Egypt is a unique adventure where excitement meets history. See the Great Pyramids of Egypt from a unique perspective with a parasailing experience in Giza and enjoy the adrenaline rush of flying over its surroundings!

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Abdeen Palace in Cairo | Abdeen Palace Architecture

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Abdeen Palace was constructed upon an order by Kedive Ismail after he was enthroned in 1863; the building process lasted for 10 years. The palace is named after Sultan Abidin Bey, a military leader during the reign of Mohamed Ali who owned a mansion in the site of Abdeen Palace. Khedive Ismail bought the palace from the military’s leader widow.

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Muhamed Ali Palace in Shubra | Muhamed Ali Palace Architecture

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Mohammad Ali Palace in Shubra witnessed important historical events in the history of modern Egypt. It is also a rare architectural masterpiece. The palace is approximately 200 years old. Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, recently inspected the final touches for the restoration and development works of the palace in preparation for its official inauguration.

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Mahmoud Mokhtar Museum | Mahmoud Mokhtar Cultural Center

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Mukhtar was the award-winning sculptor of Independent Egypt, in charge of Saad Zaghloul on the nearby roundabout and Egypt Reviving monument outside the Cairo Zoo. Gathered in this rarely visited museum, her work ranges from tiny caricatures to life-size portraits. Mukhtar's grave is in the cellar.

Manasterly Palace Cairo | manial palace
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Manasterly Palace Cairo

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The Manasterly palace, which was built on 1000 square meters, was built by Hassan Fouad pasha in 1851. The palace was designed with the bearing walls, the walls were whitened with a mortar of lime and sand Red limestone was used below, because of its ability to resist moisture, and they were covered with absorbent gypsy and Paris dough, and they were decorated with very colorful decorations

Prince Taz Palace | Saif Taz Palace Cairo
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Prince Taz Palace

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Prince Taz Palace in Egypt lies on Seyoufia Street off Saliba Street, was built on 8000 square meters, and was the seat of the pouches who were cut off from power.

October war panorama | October panorama museum
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6th of October panorama

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The idea of the October war panorama came in 73 during the visit of the Egyptian president to the Democratic Republic of Korea in 1983. It was agreed that some Koreans would help implement the project. 36,000 square feet.

Wadi Degla protectorate | Maadi Egypt
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Wadi Degla Protectorate

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Wadi Degla Nature Reserve is located in Cairo Governorate, on a total area of about 60 km2 • Wadi Degla is located east of Maadi neighborhood in the Eastern Desert.

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museum of Islamic art

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The aim of its establishment was to collect Islamic antiquities and documents from many parts of the world such as Egypt, North Africa, the Levant, India, China, Iran, the Arabian Peninsula, and Andalusia, in artistic collections expressing the various Islamic arts through the ages, thus contributing to enriching the study of art Islamic

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Al Fattah Al Alim Mosque | Administration Capital

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President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi inaugurated here the Al Fattah. Al Alim grand-mosque, solely second in size to the nice musjid of. Mecca in the Asian country.El –Fattah Al-Aleem musjid is one amongst Egypt's trendy musjid in Cairo that has a special distinctive Muslim type of architecture.

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Madrasa and Mosque of Amir Sarghatmish

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The Madrasa of Emir Sarghatmish locates in Saliba Street behind the Ibn Tulun Mosque and a few away from the complex of Salar and Sangar. It was established by Emir Sarghatmish who was a famous Mamluk of Sultan El-Nasir Mohamed and grew up in the corps of Jamdars, or keepers of the wardrobe, This structure includes a school, a mosque, and a mausoleum.

Sabil Umm Abbas , Kuttab Umm Abbas ,Cairo Governorate
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Sabil Umm Abbas

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Learn about the history of Al-Muizz Cairo or Fatimid Cairo since ancient times due to the large number of mosques in it, which were established through the ages since the Islamic conquest of Egypt until now.

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Sabil Khusro basha

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The Khesru Sabil, Kuttab is located on Al-Muizz Li-Din Allah Fatimid Street. It was established by the governor of Egypt, Khusraw Pasha, during the reign of the Ottoman Sultan. Architecturally, the Sabil is similar to the Sabil and Kitab al-Sultan al-Ghuri, which were built 32 years before it.

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Sabil of Abdelrahman Katkhuda

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Sabil of Abdelrahman Katkhuda is not just a historical place only, this is a symbol of giving the historical spirit to Egypt, enjoy walking in the oldest streets of Egypt.

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Sabil Sulayman Agha Al-Silahdar

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As you pass through Al-Muizz Street to Allahdin Al-Fatimi you will find an artefact that attracts your eye and you look at it. It is the "Path and Mosque of Suleiman Agha Al-Sulehdar"

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Wekalet Bazaraa

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Wekalet Bazara'a is one of the most famous archaeological agencies built in Egypt during the period of Ottoman rule in the 17th century AD.

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Bab AL-Nasr Cairo Gate

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Bab al-Nasr is the second gate in the northern wall of Fatimid Cairo, located about 250 meters east of Bab al-Futuh. The street opposite the entrance overlooks many (agency) that exist so far, including (Qaytbay Agency). It was the headquarters of the Levant merchants who dropped their goods from oil, soap, pistachios, walnuts, almonds, and carob, and there were rooms to stay there.

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Mausoleum of Shajarat EL-Dor | Shajarat EL-Dor Tomb

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Shajar al-Durr was forced to marry the Mamluk prince Izz al-Din Aybak and relinquish her position to him as a result of the objection to the fact that the ruler was a woman. A few years later, in 655 AH / 1267 AD, Shajar al-Durr orchestrated the assassination of Izz al-Din Aybak after feeling threatened by his plan to marry the daughter of the Abbasid Caliph, and she was killed in turn by order of Aybak's first wife. Shajar al-Durr's body was thrown from the top of the castle, and three days later she was buried in her mausoleum.

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Mausoleum of Atika | Atika Tomb

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Atika’s tomb is within a modest house consisting of three rooms, a small dressing room, ablution, and space, with a northern door leading to the road and next to it a niche for candles. It is topped by a renovated mihrab and a wooden ceiling for the room.

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Mausoleum of Princess Shwikar |Princess Shwikar Tomb

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When you first set foot on this land, you will be amazed and fascinated by that trail in front of you. It is nothing but a mausoleum where Princess Shwikar, the first wife of King Fouad, lies.

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Zeinab Khaton House

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This house received great attention from the Committee for the Preservation of Arab Antiquities, and it was listed as archaeological house repairs and repairs continued for 60 years, from 1882 to 1942, and at the end of the eighties the last century, while carrying out its restoration work, one of the workers found it when he was reshaping and refining stones. On the wall of the house, a pottery jar containing a thousand dinars of gold dates back to the era of Sultan Qaitbay, who was one of the owners of the house.

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Complex of Qalwoon

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The pearl of Al-Moez Street, an architectural masterpiece dating back to the Mamluk era, is the group of Sultan Al-Mansur Qalawun, which he ordered built out of his strong love for Islamic architecture. And luxury.

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Sultan Barquk Mosque

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A beautiful archaeological place that speaks of the fragrance of history and the grandeur of architectural art. In the year 813 AH, his brother, King Al-Mansur Abdul Aziz, participated in some complementary works when he became king for a short period in the year 808 AH. This venerable building provided religious and charitable purposes that were not available in any other archaeological building. In addition to being Sufi suffocation, it included a spacious mosque, two soils for the Barquq family, two paths, and two books for teaching the Holy Qur’an.

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Faraj Ibn Barquk Mosque | Ibn Barquk Complex

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The building is considered one of the largest complexes that were established in the cemeteries of Egypt to serve various purposes. It includes a mosque, a Khanqah for the establishment of Sufism, a school for receiving religious sciences, two shrines, and two paths, each of which is surmounted by a book to teach children.

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The Qani Bey Al-Ramah Mosque

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This mosque was built on the system of schools with orthogonal planning, as it includes an open courtyard surrounded by four arched iwans. This mosque was all made of stone in the form of vaults of different shapes. The qibla iwan is covered by a flat dome made of white and red stone courses in succession.

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Sayeda Zeinab Mosque

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The Sayeda Zainab Mosque and Mausoleum is located in the Sayeda Zainab neighborhood in Cairo, where the neighborhood took its name from the owner of the shrine located inside the mosque, and it is in the middle of the neighborhood and the square opposite the mosque is also known as Sayeda Zainab Square. The neighborhood in which the mosque is located is one of the most famous popular neighborhoods in Cairo, where it is crowded with cafes and restaurants for popular foods. The people of Cairo, especially during Ramadan, used to go to the cafes of this neighborhood and eat suhoor meals, especially there. One of the most famous landmarks of this neighborhood next to the Sayeda Zainab Mosque is also Zain El Abidine Street, which is a street parallel to the mosque and is one of the largest commercial streets in Cairo.

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Coptic Cathedral in Abbasiya

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It is located in the Abbasiya neighborhood. It was built in the 1960s, when President Gamal Abdel Nasser donated several thousand pounds to build the cathedral and attended its opening ceremony, along with Emperor Haile Selassie, Emperor of Abyssinia (Ethiopia). He was followed by Pope Shenouda III. The Coptic Orthodox Cathedral of St. Mark is the seat of the Pope of Alexandria in Cairo.

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Virgin Mary Church in Zaytoun

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Professor "Tawfiq Khalil" agreed with an Italian engineer named "Limovilli" (Limovilli) to design the "Church of the Virgin Mary in Olives" in the style of the "Hagia Sophia" Church in Constantinople.

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Taha Hussein Museum

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The museum was inaugurated on July 15, 1997 after the construction of an annex building to be a cultural center bearing the name (Ramattan Cultural Center) on a part of the villa's garden.

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mostafa kamel museum

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The museum was reopened after restoration and development on February 8, 2001.

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The Royal Mummies Hall

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One of the most beautiful halls inside the new Museum of Civilizations in Fustat

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Beshtak Palace

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Prince Bashtak Palace is one of the architectural masterpieces, which dates back to the Mamluk era. It was established by Prince Seif Al-Din Bashtak Al-Nasiri, one of the princes of Al-Nasir Muhammad bin Qalawun, who was killed by a plot from Prince Qusun during the rule of the honorable Sultan Alaeddin Kajak

City of the Dead Necropolis | City of the Dead Cairo
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City of the Dead

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The City of the dead in Cairo was announced as a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it contains multiple historical and religious sites from different periods. It is divided into two parts the Northern and the southern necropolis. It was known as the Valley of the Sultans similar to the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

House of Sit Wasila
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House of Sit Wasila

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The House of Sit Wasila is situated close to the House of El Harrawy in a side street that extends from El Shaykh Mohammed Abdu Street. The brothers Abd El Haq and Lotfy El Kenany built the home, according to some inscriptions on the Maqaad, in the late 17th century. It underwent renovations at the start of the twenty-first century. She was the last person to reside there, which is why the monument is known as the "House of Sit Wasila."

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Al-Aqmar Mosque | Gray Mosque

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The mosque is located on Al-Muizz Li Din Allah Street. It was built by the Fatimid caliph, Al-Amr Bahkam Allah in the year 519 AH / 1125 AD. The construction was undertaken by Minister Al-Mamoun Al-Bata’ihi. It was renovated during the reign of Sultan Barquq in 799 AH / 1397 AD by Prince Yalbugha Al-Salmi.

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El Andalos Park | Andalusian Garden

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Tranquility and recreation enthusiasts are looking forward to finding a place that combines the features of nature and presents them in the most beautiful form, and this is really what Al-Andalus Park Cairo provides, as it is one of the most beautiful gardens in Cairo and the most attractive tourist destination in Cairo since it opened in 1935.

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Al Zahir Baybars Mosque

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Among the important religious establishments of Sultan al-Zahir Baybars is his mosque known by his name, which al-Maqrizi describes, saying, “This mosque is outside Cairo and its location was a field, so al-Zahir Baybars al-Bunduqdari established a mosque, between the years 665-667, AH, to be an architectural masterpiece that testifies to the splendor of construction in the Mamluk era

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Sultan al-Muayyad Mosque

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It is a rare thing for God Almighty. This is the reason for the establishment of the Sultan Al-Muayyad for this great mosque that bears his name and is located to the left of Bab Zuweila on Al-Moez Street, which was established in the year 818 AH 1415 AD and its construction took nearly 5 years.

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Habib Pasha El-Sakakini Palace

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The palace is characterized by its unique architectural design, where different styles from around the world overlap. It was built by Italian architects who came specifically to participate in its construction. It is considered a model of Rococo art, which is the art of the aristocracy and the middle class.

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Al-Nasser Mohammed Ibn Kalawoun Mosque | Qalawun Complex

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The group includes a mosque, a school, a mausoleum dome, and a Bimaristan for the treatment of patients. Sultan Al-Mansur Saif al-Din Qalawun ordered its establishment, one of the most prominent sultans of the Bahri Mamluk era, who founded a family that ruled Egypt, the Levant, and others for more than a century. Its rule began by himself in the year 678 AH / 1279 AD and ended with the righteous Sultan Salah al-Din Hajji in the year 784 AH / 1382 AD. He is credited for the emergence of the second Mamluk state (the Burji or Circassian Mamluks) because he was fond of buying large numbers of Circassian Mamluks and inhabited them in the towers of the castle, so they were called Burjiyya.

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Al-Nour Mosque | Masjid El-Noor

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Al-Nour Mosque in Abbasiya Square, Cairo. It is one of the most famous mosques in Cairo, and important personalities pray in it on occasion, and it has about four halls for events, and there are various activities in the mosque, such as the library. Some sports activities were held instead of holding the Islamic Hijri year, and senior scholars delivered religious sermons in this activity.

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Talaat Harb Square | Talaat Harb Street

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Talaat Harb Square (formerly Suleiman Pasha Square) is one of the most famous and important squares in all of Cairo due to its unique location in the heart of Cairo and is connected to many other main streets and squares. In the middle of it, there is a famous statue of the founder of the modern economy, Talaat Harb.

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Umm Kulthum Museum

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"Planet of the East"... a title that when you hear or read it, whatever your Arab nationality, comes to your mind. A capable artist stands proudly on the stage, wearing an embroidered dress, waving a handkerchief, and singing in a voice full of strength. Her name is Umm Kulthum.

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The transformation of Zaafarana palace to Ain Shams Unviersity

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Zaafarana Palace or as it was known by The Saffron Palace a charming palace built by the khedive Ismail after that, the king Fouad sold it to the government and they turned into many shapes but before we speak about it let's know more about its history.

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The Great Freedom Park in Cairo | a Wonderful Place to Spend your Day

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Cairo, the capital, is the largest among the cities of Egypt and the most densely populated; And because it is the capital, it was natural for it to include a huge number of attractive areas for tourism that satisfy all tastes and desires and suit all ages.

Horemheb Tomb Saqqara | Memphite Tomb of Horemheb
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Memphite Tomb of Horemheb in Saqqara

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This Memphite tomb has been discovered in Saqqara, which is an ancient necropolis that was used to bury royalty and nobles. It was built in the 18th Dynasty by Horemheb, a general who became Pharaoh after he overthrew Akenaten. The tomb itself is not a pyramid but a rectangular building with five rooms. It contains inscriptions that detail why Horemheb built it and what he wanted to be remembered for when he died.

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New Administrative Capital

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The New Administrative Capital is a project announced by the Egyptian Minister of Housing, Mostafa Madbouly, at the Conference on Support and Development of the Egyptian Economy on March 13, 2015.

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Amir beshtak Palace

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Prince Bashtak's palace is located on Al-Muizz Street, which is one of the most important streets in Cairo. Historians mention that the site of the palace was the Great Palace of the Great Eastern Palace in the Fatimid era.

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Ahmed Shawki Museum

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In 1972, the late President Anwar Sadat issued a decree converting Karma Ibn Hani’a into a museum bearing the name of the Prince of Poets, Ahmed Shawky. It was inaugurated on June 17, 1977, and then opened again in its new dress after its development and renovation and the creation of a cultural center (Karma Ibn Hana Cultural Center) in 1996. The museum contains total holdings are estimated at about 1153 pieces, which include furniture, paintings, antiques, and photographs, in addition to medals and honorary clothes of the Prince of Poets, as well as some gifts and documents that were presented to him on the occasion of his coronation as Prince of Poets. The museum overlooks the Nile and covers an area of ​​1433 square meters.

Serapeum of Saqqara mystery
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Serapeum of Saqqara

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The Serapeum of Saqqara dates back to the presence of the 18th Egyptian ruling dynasty within the modern Kingdom of Egypt. It is also believed to be based on the work of that king nicknamed Athotep III, its first ingenious extension during the reign of Grand King Ramses II.

Sakakini Palace
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Sakakini Palace

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The Sakakini Pasha Palace was erected in Al-Daher, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of Old Cairo, and over time the palace turned into a tourist and historical shrine that adorns the square surrounding the palace. Sakakini Palace underwent a comprehensive restoration by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, using the latest scientific methods and materials that suit the nature of the palace and the accuracy of its various

Baron Palace Heliopolis
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Baron Empain Palace

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Baron Empain Palace is located on Al-Orouba Street on the main road leading to Cairo International Airport. The palace also overlooks Ibn Battuta Street, Ibn Jubeir, and Hassan Sadiq Street

Mahmoud Khalil Museum
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Mahmoud Khalil Museum

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Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil was born in 1877 and died in 1953. He served as Minister of Agriculture in 1937 and then as President of the Senate in 1939. However, what earned him wide fame and immortalized his name to date is his pivotal and prominent role in the Egyptian cultural scene, where he recommended transforming his palace, which included hundreds of international paintings, into a museum, which is known today as the Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum and his wife.

Aisha Fahmy Palace history |who is aisha fahmy
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Aisha Fahmy Palace

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Aisha Fahmy is one of the historical figures whose name has emerged greatly due to the opening of the Aisha Fahmy Art Complex and its large palace, which has become a large art museum.

St George Coptic Church
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St. George's Church

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St. George's church, also known as the Margis Church, is a historic Orthodox church located inside Papleon Fort in Cairo, Egypt. The oldest building of the church goes back to the tenth century, and it was fully rebuilt in 1909 following the fire that struck it in 1904.

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The Mosque of Abo El Dahab

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The Muhammad Abu al-Dahab Mosque is located in front of the Al-Azhar Mosque, and it is one of the hanging mosques, that is, it was built higher than the level of the road and opened below its destination shops. Prince Muhammad Abu al-Dahab began its construction in the year 1187 AH - 1703 AD, and Abu al-Dahab was a follower of Ali Bey the Great, one of the princes of Egypt. The mosque has two sides, one of which overlooks Al-Azhar Square, and the second face Al-Azhar Mosque.

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Sabil Qitas

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It was established by Qaytas Bey (Al-Luqitas Bey) during the Ottoman era, in the year 1040 AH / 1630 AD. It is located on Al-Gamaleya Street in the downtown district of Cairo. It consists of a rectangular spilling room containing two drainage windows to supply passers-by with the water needed for drinking. Above the spilling room is a book to teach Muslim children the principles of reading، and writing.

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Mosque of Taghri Bardi in Cairo

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The Ibn Taghri Bardi Mosque is one of the ancient historical mosques that breathe in the fragrant history and the glory of the ancient past. The Mosque of Prince Taghri Barada is located in the ancient Cairo al-Saliba Street in Sayeda Zeinab, the heart of the Tulunid sects, close to the Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque, and to the left of those coming from the Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque, following al-Saliba Street to Salah al-Din Square in the Citadel in Cairo.

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Egypt is one of the most famous countries in the world because it has many tourist attractions that come to visitors from all over the world, for example, the Pyramids of Giza and the lighthouse of Alexandria, which are one of the seven wonders of the world. You can also visit Mount Sinai and the Monastery of Saint Catherine, which are some of the most famous religious sites in the world, and many other historical places that have great importance in the world.

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest and most beautiful cities in the Middle East. Cairo contains many tourist attractions and archaeological sites such as Khan Al-Khalili, Cairo Tower, Al-Muizz Street and many other important places.
 

The Giza Pyramids Complex, which houses the Great Pyramid of King Khufu, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Sphinx, the largest and oldest figure in the world, and the Valley Temple, a place of mummification, are what make the city most well-known.

The Nile River, Coptic Cairo, Muhammad Ali Mosque, The Hanging Church, Khan El Khalili, Memphis, and The Step Pyramid are among the must-see sights in Cairo.

 

The Giza pyramid complex, commonly known as the Giza necropolis, is located in Cairo. This iconic monument, about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from the city center, contains three pyramids: the Pyramid of Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure, and the Pyramid of Khufu. The latter, commonly known as the Great Pyramid of Giza, is the oldest of the Ancient World's Seven Wonders.

 

People who are not Muslim can go and visit the mosque in Cairo. It is near a big market called Khan el-Khalili, in a place called Islamic Cairo. If you want to know more about Islam or Islamic history, a guided tour of the prayer hall is a good idea.
 

Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is rich in history and culture, offering a wide range of must-visit tourist attractions. Some of the best attractions in Cairo include:


   The Giza Pyramids
   The Egyptian Museum
       Islamic Cairo.
       Khan el-Khalili.
       Coptic Cairo.
   Salah El-Din Citadel
       Al-Azhar Park.
   Nile River Cruises
       Saqarra Pyramids.
   The Al-Rifa'i Mosque
   The Baron Empain Palace
       Old Cairo Gates.

Tourist attractions in Cairo include the Pyramids, the Egyptian Museum, Saladin Citadel, and historic bazaars.in addition, Old Cairo is divided into two parts the Coptic part and the Islamic part.

Cairo got its name because people thought it looked like the city in Egypt. Because of this, the area in southern Illinois became known as Little Egypt. The town of Cairo and the Bank of Cairo were officially established in 1818, even though there weren't any people living there yet and no one had put money in the bank.

Modern Cairo was built a long time ago next to a big river called the Nile. A person named Jawhar al-Siqilli built it in the year 969. But even before that, important cities were built in the same place a long, long time ago. Some of the old buildings from those cities can still be seen in a part of Cairo called Old Cairo.

Cairo's rich cultural and historical environment draws about 9 million tourists annually. Cairo is primarily recognized for its historic sites on the Giza plateau, but many visitors are unaware of its other side.

 

Yes, Egypt is a suitable tourist destination for young people, offering various activities such as desert trips, water sports, parties, and vibrant restaurants and cafes.

The main reason many travelers come to Cairo is to see the Giza pyramids. Situated on the outskirts of the capital, this spectacular landmark is one of the world's ancient wonders, drawing almost 14 million visitors annually. The majority then swiftly depart for other locations, like Luxor, Alexandria, or the Red Sea. 

 

You have several choices if you want to see the Giza Pyramids. You can sign up for a guided tour that offers transportation along with an informed guide who will share insights on the area's history and culture. As an alternative, you can go independently to the pyramids by using ride-hailing applications or booking a cab. It's crucial to remember that, in order to maximize your visit and guarantee a seamless experience, hiring a qualified guide is advised. 


 

You can often see the pyramids in the late morning, after the mist has lifted, or in the late afternoon, with the 360-degree view of the entire city most clearly seen from the top. At dusk you'll likely be queuing for the lifts as the tower is very popular in Cairns.

The milder months of October through April are the ideal times to visit Cairo because the weather is more conducive to sightseeing and outdoor sports. Summertime (May through September) may be very hot, with frequent highs of over 40°C (104°F). It's vital to remember that Cairo can get congested during the busiest travel seasons, so scheduling your trip during shoulder seasons might make things more comfortable for you.


 

 A plethora of tourist attractions and activities are available in Cairo, Egypt's dynamic city. The following are a few well-known ones:
Egypt's must-do list includes a visit to the famous Pyramids of Giza. Investigate the mysterious Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure respectively.
Explore the Egyptian Museum located in Tahrir Square to learn about ancient Egyptian relics, which include Tutankhamun's jewels. Many pharaonic antiques are housed inside its huge collection.
Discover the vibrant ambiance of Cairo's historic bazaar, the Khan El Khalili Bazaar. Dive into the tiny lanes brimming with stores offering jewelry, souvenirs, textiles, spices, and tea. 
 

Cairo is one of the most important tourist capitals in the world due to the number of amazing archaeological sites that have been built there. Cairo has witnessed many important historical events, not only in the history of Egypt but also in the history of humanity. The most important archaeological sites that you should visit during your vacation in Cairo are the Egyptian Museum, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, the Grand Museum, Saladin Citadel, Al-Muizz Street, Al-Muizz Street, and the Khan Al-Khalili Bazaar.

Components of the building: The main entrance with an area of 7 thousand square meters with a statue of King Ramses and 5 huge artifacts. The Great Staircase with an area of 6 thousand square meters with a height equivalent to 6 floors and contains 87 huge artifacts. King Tutankhamun Hall with an area of 7.5 thousand square meters and includes 5 thousand pieces of the king's treasures combined for the first time.
 

While violent crime rates aren't as high as they would be in other western countries, overall crime isn't that high. Terrorism, pickpocketing, con artists, and muggings are still possible, nevertheless. Scams involving money are more likely to occur, particularly in tourist areas.


 

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