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Ibn Tulun is located in the islamic part of Cairo and is one of the oldest mosques dating from around 900 BC.
There is no entrance fee and you can climb on the roof of the mosque for a great view of the neighbourhoods or...More
One of the oldest Islamic masjid with the different type of minarets as well as parapet.
Great history is there for this masjid.
Very high above ground level to safe guard against flood, hence to climbs many steps to reach in side the main hall.
This little mosque is simple but breathtaking. The mouadhan (person who calls the Muslims for the prayer) made us a demo of the acoustic by reciting some verses of the Holy Quran. It was a amazing.
And it is a quite place you can really...More
First of all I don't take Tours to go to these kind of places because I love to observe the peace and serenity in the air and I try to go when Not many tourists are around.
This is the oldest and most eloquent mosque...More
I loved this mosque, I visited it as a part of a tour but I would not recommend that tour. It was way too expensive for the things you actually get to see. Remember when visiting this mosque: you must cover knees and shoulders
Beautiful mosque. Just make sure you ask the people working there if you could get right to the top. Be aware though, they'll ask you for tips just for walking you from one end of the mosque to the other. Also, note, in this mosque,...More