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  • Al-Azhar Mosque
    Al-Azhar Mosque
    Al-Azhar as the oldest University and the lighthouse of the Islamic world  In the heart of Islamic Cairo lies one of the earlier mosques in Egypt and the oldest university in the world is that Al-Azhar Mosque, this marvelous site is a perfect place to start your exploration tour of Islamic Cair
  • Cairo Tower
    Cairo Tower
    Cairo tower is one of the most famous and charming landmarks in the Egyptian capital Cairo, it was built from 1956-1961 during the presidency of Gamal Abdel Nasser with Soviet, the tower is known to locals as “Nasser’s Pineapple”.
  • Sha’ar Hashamayim Synagogue
    Sha’ar Hashamayim Synagogue
    Sha’ar Hashamayim Synagogue is located on the heart of downtown Cairo, the synagogue is one of the most important Jewish heritage in Egypt and considered the largest and the only synagogue today in Cairo holding services in the Jewish holidays.
  • Muizz Street
    Muizz Street
    Introduction Al Muizz street is one of the oldest and longest streets in Islamic Cairo, it is stretched about one kilometer, and divided into two portions, the northern one runs from Bab Al-Futuh to Azhar Street (next to Khan Al-Khalili), and the southern portion runs after th
  • Throne Palace
    Manial Palace Museum
    Introduction Manial palace is one of the most distinctive and breathtaking Alawiyya dynasty palaces built in Egypt, reflects the wealth and the luxury of the royal family.  
  • The Hanging Church
    Religious Complex
    Introduction A mystical spot in the heart of Cairo where the Quran, Bible and Torah are continuously recited. The complex houses various churches, mosques and a Jewish Synagogue. The complex is honored to have been one of the Egyptian stops in the Journey of the Holy Family.
  • Cairo Opera House
    Cairo Opera House
    Cairo Opera house is the official national cultural center that offers operatic or symphonic musical works, dance galleries, museums, and educational programs. It was constructed in 1869 during the reign of Khedive Ismail, by the Italian architects Avoscani and Rossi.
  • The Bent Pyramid
    Dahshur
    Dahshur is an ancient royal necropolis located roughly 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Cairo on the west bank of the Nile River. For whatever reason, in the 15th year of his reign, King Sneferu (2613-2589 BC) abandoned Meidum and moved northwards to Dahshur. 
  • Ibn Tulun Mosque
    Mosque of Ahmed Ibn Tulun
    The Founder In 868 AD the Abbassid caliph al-Mu’taz sent Ahmad Ibn Tulun to govern Egypt. The new governor soon declared his independence and successfully defended his new domain against the Abbassid armies sent to unseat him.
  • Madrasa and Mosque of Sultan Hassan
    Madrasa and Mosque of Sultan Hassan
    Significance The Mosque and Madrasa of El Sultan Hassan is one of the largest mosques in the world. Its size was unprecedented. Founder The founder is Sultan Al Malik Al Naser Hassan, Son of sultan Al Nasir Mohamed, Son of Sultan Al Mansour Qala’un He ruled for two main periods: