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We loved the visit to the Mosque. Yes it’s big and has much to be admired about it, however to sit and listen to our guide explain much about its history, as well as touching on the religious beliefs was important to us. We enjoyed...More
By entering the 14-th century mosque one is immediately confronted with the hight of the ceilings. Central in the inner courtyard one can see the old fountain. Four iwans surround the square, each of them was a space for studying the four main schools of...More
This is a very historical monument & very near to the famous mosques in the markets of Al-Khalili. Also it is very close to the Subway station.
Monument was no doubt very good & had a huge heritage. Overall description was very less written at...More
here is more to visiting Cairo than just seeing the great pyramids and sailing in a felucca on the Nile River. We took a tour of Islamic Cairo that included the Mosque and Madrassa of the Sultan Hasan, which was truly fascinating not so much...More
It is very important historical and religious mosque dating back to more than 1000 years. Many theories are surrounding the mosque- It is believed that the Grandson of Mohammed the Prophet-PBUH, has been buried here. It is a bustling activity area and a great shopping...More
We visited both Mosque of Sultan Hassan & Al-Rifa'i Mosque right next to it. We were there first thing in the morning and there was not a single other visitor. I had specifically requested them to be included on our itinerary, and our guide told...More
This place was very quiet. There were few worshippers here. This mosque is stunning and impressive from outside and inside. I went there during summer and Ramadan season so was nice and chill inside. Highly recommended.