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Old Cairo
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Old Cairo, Masr al Qadima, lies within the old Roman fortress of Babylon, which was not only a walled but a heavily fortified city, with a narrow streets and ...

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Abu Simbel Temples
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Abu Simbel is a village in the Egyptian part of Nubia, about 240 kilometers southwest of Aswan and near the border with Sudan. As of 2020, it has about ...

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Sites of Islamic Medieval Cairo
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There are 651 buildings from Medieval Cairo listed in the index produced by the Survey of Egypt in 1951 including mosques, Madrasas, mausoleums, Khanqahs, ...

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Saqqara Pyramids (Djoser’s Complex)
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Saqqara (Sakkara) is the largest ancient site in Egypt, was one of the cemeteries of Memphis together with Dahshur, Abu Rawash, Abu Sir, and Giza. It ...

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Khan El-Khalili Bazaar
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Nearly 1100 years old, this is a part of Islamic Cairo. It was originally designed to sell dry products, and traders would travel from all across Egypt to ...

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The Qaitbay’s Fort
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The Qaitbay Fort in Alexandria is considered one of the most important defensive strongholds, not only in Egypt but also along the Mediterranean seacoast. It ...

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The Citadel Of Salah Ad-din
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citadel Saladin cairoThe citadel was founded by Salah Ad-din in 1168, and it was completed by his nephew King Al-Aadel. It is located on a high hill named ...

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Egyptian Antiquities Museum in Tahrir Square
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The museum was built first in Bulaq, then it was moved to Giza Palace of Khedive Ismael, Cairo museum which is now in Tahrir square was opened in 1901. It ...

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Giza Pyramids
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The Giza Pyramids are the world's most famous and well-known tourist destination. For thousands of years, the great pyramid was the world's tallest ...

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