Sightseeing

Egypt contains several and unparalleled sightseeing. These sightseeing vary between ancient Egyptian, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic attractions. That what makes Egypt is unique, as it houses many cultures and civilizations.

Abu Al Abbas Al Mursi Mosque

Abu Al Abbas Al Mursi, or Al Mursi Abu Al Abbas Mosque as the people of Alexandria use to call it, is one of the most famous mosques and Islamic monuments in Alexandria. The mosque is located in the Anfushi neighborhood of Alexandria, close to the Citadel of Qaitbay. Abu Al Abbas Al Mursi Abu […]

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Bab Al Nasr in Fatimid Cairo

Bab Al Nasr is one of the most famous sightseeing in Islamic Cairo. It is one of the rare examples of military architecture in the Islamic world before the Crusades. Bab Al Nasr is an Arabic name for this gate, meaning Gate of Victory in the English language. The historyBab Al Nasr was constructed by […]

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Bab Al Futuh in El Moez Street

It is one of the most famous sightseeing in Islamic Cairo and El Moez Street. It is one of the rare examples of military architecture in the Islamic world. Bab Al Futuh is an Arabic name for this gate, meaning Gate of Conquests in the English language. The History It was constructed by Jawhar al‑Siqilli […]

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The Mosque of Ahmad Ibn Tulun

Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque is one of the landmarks in Islamic Cairo. It is located on Jebal Yashkur in Al-Saliba Street or Cross Street. It is beside Gayer Anderson Museum or Bayt Al-Kritliyya. Ahmad Ibn Tulun Ahmad Ibn Tulun was an Abbasid governor who began the Tulunid dynasty and founded a new administrative capital that […]

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The Bent Pyramid of Dahshur

The Bent Pyramid of Dahshur was the second of three pyramids constructed by King Snefru, the red Pyramid and Meidum pyramid. It is considered an important step in the development of the construction of pyramids in ancient Egypt. King Snefru King Snefru is the founder of the 4th dynasty, the old kingdom. Also, he is […]

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The Red Pyramid of Dahshur

The Red Pyramid of Dahshur was the third one constructed by King Snefru, after the Bent Pyramid and Meidum pyramid. It is the highest pyramid in Dahshur. King Snefru King Snefru is the founder of the 4th dynasty, the old kingdom. Also, he is the father of King Khufu, who owns the Great Pyramid of […]

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Bab Zuweila – Islamic Cairo

Bab Zuweila is one of the most famous sightseeing in Islamic Cairo and El Moez Street. This gate is associated with great historical events. The history of Bab Zuweila It was constructed by Jawhar al Siqilli during his foundation of Cairo city in 358 AH/969 AD and renovated by the vizier Badr al‑Jamali in 480 […]

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The Mosque of Amr Ibn Al As

The Mosque of Amr Ibn Al As is the first mosque established in Egypt and Africa. It is located close to the old Cairo in Fustat city. Amr Ibn Al As: Amr Ibn Al As was one of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He was commanded by Caliph Umar Ibn […]

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Al Rifa’i Mosque – The Royal Mausoleum

Al Rifa’i Mosque is located on Salah Al‑Din Square, overlooking Salah El-Din Citadel. It is one of the royal mausoleums that do not back to ancient Egyptian civilization, but it belongs to members of the royal family of Muhammad Ali Pasha. The history of Al Rifa’i Mosque Ottoman queen Hoshiyar Hanim, the mother of Khedive […]

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