This is a wonderful place with a wonderful setting and amazing views. Many photo opportunities, and you get special photography privileges if you pay the extra ticket at the gate. You must be accompanied by a free guide, though you are expected to tip him. It's a good idea, because my guide (Ramadan), pointed out all the good angels for best pictures to take. The place is badly preserved and will not last long this way, which is the fault of the government body in charge ( probably true forest of Egypt). The fact the Ibn Tolon mosque is right next to it gives it extra visiting value .
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