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Ibn Tulun Mosque

Ibn Tulun Mosque (Tolon, As Sayedah Zeinab,, Cairo) — This spectacular 9thth-century edifice with spiral minaret is one of the most striking pieces of Islamic architecture in Cairo. Ibn Tulun Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world. Ahmed Ibn Tulun, the Turkish governour who founded it, declared his independence from the Ottoman […]



Nilometer (2 Al Malek Al Saleh St., Rhoda Island, Cairo) — Located on the lower end of Rhoda Island, in Cairo, the Nilometer was used to measure the level of the river in times past. The structure consists of a measuring device, or a graduated column sitting below the Nile’s level, reached by steps that […]


Sabil Umm Abbas

Sabil Umm Abbas (Saliba Street at corner of Al-Siufiya, Cairo) — A rather “recent” landmark stands tucked in between the old Mamluk mosques and buildings on Saliba Street in Cairo: it’s Sabil Umm Abbas, a fountain that was built in the mid-19th century by the mother of Abbas II, the last Khedive of Egypt who […]


Pirámide de Keops

Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops)( Giza Necropolis, Nazlet El-Semman, Al Haram, Giza Plateau, Cairo) — Soaring at nearly 147 meters (482 feet), the massive granite Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), is the largest and the most enigmatic in Egypt. The smooth Tura limestone that once encased the granite structure is no longer intact, and the pyramidion (capstone) […]


Pyramids of Abu Sir

Pyramids of Abu Sir (Saqqara Road, Abu Sir) — Located between Giza and Saqqara, the pyramids of Abu Sir are part of a 5th dynasty necropolis. Although the pyramids are not well preserved, the whole Abu Sir site is worth a short trip from Cairo. There is a lot to see in Abu Sir, including […]


Red Pyramid of Dahshur

Red Pyramid of Dahshur (40 minutes driving distance south of Cairo) — Located at a short distance from Saqqara, the Red Pyramid at Dahshur was built for the pharaoh Snefru, father of Khufu for whom the Great Pyramid of Giza was built. The Red Pyramid is the first “true” pyramid and it has the second […]