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#1 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
He is the son of khofu He follows him father and select the Giza plateau to hug him tomb near of him father The son surprised his father and carve a statue of Sphinx If you see his pyramid At first sight you going...
This was just an amazing experience,what a great day spend at one of the last wonders of the world.We thoroughly enjoyed this magnificent place and all it has o offer.
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#2 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
Make sure tou take the opportunity to climb up and into the Great Pyramid - a bit strenuous but worth it to see the Grand Gallery and Royal Tomb ..... absolutely amzing experience!!!
The Great Pyramid of Giza also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops once among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex.
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#3 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
The great sphinx of giza is a part of the giza pyramides At the end of the camel or horse tour to the giza plateau there is the great sphinx You can go by feet really close to the sphinx and shoot nice photos Is a...
It is the most glorious place of the history It is the Sphinx, the guardian of the Pyramids and Pyramids Plateau It is the great monument of the Pharaoh KhafRaa' the second great Pyramid builder It is all amazing...
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#4 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
The red pyramid is super great even when compared to the great pyramids of Giza, it is in a secluded area away from the crowd and is guaranteed to have a peaceful visits anytime, also with its perfect condition an...
around 30km from Great Pyramid...here you can see Red and Bent pyramid... here you will get chance to see one of the longest inside pyramid tunnel in Red pyramid
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#5 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
Hassan gave us a short course in the archeological, architectural, artistic, religious and political history of the Giza pyramids that was fascinating and, typically of Hassan, laced with humor.
The Great Pyramid of Giza also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops once among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex.
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#6 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
I visited both the Islamic and Christian Cairo, El Sultan Hassan Mosque, Al-Rifa'i Mosque, the Citadel, the Khan Khalili Bazaar, Giza Pyramids with camel ride, Memphis and Sakkara, the Egyptian Museum, just to nam...
So we just had a private tour of the step pyramid in Sakkara And visited the tombs and burial chambers saw heaps of writing and heaps of burial chambers and heaps of historical stuff Very impressed In fact going b...
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Cave Church Cairo, Egypt 4.0 mi away
#4 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Then to get to the incredible cave church of St Simon but then to find 2 other amazing cave churches there, also with stunning sculptures carved into the cave walls.
Beautiful carvings, the whole church is carved in the cave, the artist did a great job also in carving several biblical stories on the sides both in the small church and the outside walls.
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Sharia Al Mu'izz Li-Din Allah Cairo, Egypt 3.9 mi away
#5 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
... Qalawun complex to get the all-in ticket that lets you visit 11 different places along the street, including a hammam, the fascinating main hall of a noble's residence, and several mosque and mausoleum complexes.
Moez Street or Al Moez Ldin Allah Fatimi Stree or Muizz Street is one of the oldest street in Cairo.This street which is approximately one kilometer long has one of the best and the greatest works of medieval arch...
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#6 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Here lies the mystique and charm of old Cairo Sure to delight Great guide and super photo ops Here feel the past as it continues to live A marvelous hidden jewel Great day!!!
one of the best hidden gems in Cairo Totally worth the visit awesome old house and amazing art pieces from different ages MUST GO ;)
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Coptic Cairo Cairo, Egypt 1.0 mi away
#7 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
... Church, Coptic monastery, Coptic museum, old Jewish library, the hanging church over the fortress of Babylon Moreover two kilometres to the east is the civilisation museum recently opened and does worth a visit
The sites that I had visited were the Coptic Museum, Greek Orthodox Church of St. George, Hanging Church, Cavern Church, and the Ben Ezra Synagogue.
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Mosque of Al-Azhar Cairo, Egypt 3.0 mi away
#8 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Great place to visit! ask for the person in charge of the Mosque to go to the roof of the Mosque, there you will be able to see one of the firsts mosques that was destroyed in a war and is blue, there is only one...
This was the first mosque, that we visited on a tour of Islamic Cairo and I found it impressive The double minaret was interesting and the huge glistening internal courtyards were beautiful.
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Mosque of Ibn Tulun Cairo, Egypt 2.5 mi away
#9 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
One of the oldest Mosques in Cairo.. Unique for its spiral minaret and squared columns... It's also one of the rare monuments in Egypt that document for the Shiea era in Egypt.
The architecture is atypical to mosques of its time with the minaret on the outside of the courtyard and a spiral staircase that will take you to undisturbed views of the city.
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Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan Cairo, Egypt 2.9 mi away
#10 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Its vast dimensions lend themselves to a contemplative atmosphere, and the beauty of its design and furnishings is quite impressive.
here is more to visiting Cairo than just seeing the great pyramids and sailing in a felucca on the Nile River.
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Islamic Cairo Cairo, Egypt 2.7 mi away
#11 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
... quite prepared me for the wondrous and incredible experience of walking through the Sultan Hasan and other Mosques, beautiful streets, Salah Al Din wall entrance, Khan Al Khalli souk and most amazing sites.
This part of the city is so rich in history with the fantastic mosques, the Islamic centre of learning Al Azhar and the wonderful Islamic architecture evident in many of the buildings in the conserved quarter.
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Al Rifai Mosque Cairo, Egypt 3.0 mi away
#12 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
once you visit this place you can feel a different atmosphere of travelling in the past and having the charm and beauty of old city of cairo with the great architecture
There are other royal tombs here also including the tomb of Egypt's' last King, King Farouk.
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#7 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Giza
Visit to see Ramesses II Statue is defiantly of great interest to watch the brilliant talent of Ancient Egyptians to engrave such statues with perfect creation that live for thousands of years.
Pause a moment to pay respects to the goddess Nut spreading her wings for protection and the other gods on this magnificent red granite sarcophagus.
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Menkaure Pyramid Cairo, Egypt 3.0 mi away
#13 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
The pyramid was closed for restoration from inside and you can see this pyramid from the view point of the pyramid from where you can take all the photographs with all three pyramids.
I highly recommend visiting this Pyramid as well as The Great Pyramid and Khafre’s Pyramid.
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#14 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
We visited Coptic Cairo with our Ramasside tour guide and viewed fabulous Christian Churches, one of which housed the site where Mary, Jospeh and the Baby Jesus lived for three months (the longest stay in any one...
it is on top of the must visit list in old Cairo, a very nice church with a wealth of history, full of ancient icons and saints relics, just amazing
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Mosque of Muhammad Ali Cairo, Egypt 3.0 mi away
#15 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
This beautiful citadel on top of the mountain was the stronghold of Egypt for couple of centuries and witnessed many great historic events, it's perfect for architecture and history lovers.
The Alabaster Mosque: The Alabaster mosque or the Muhammad Ali Mosque is an unparalleled contribution to the skyline of Cairo, visible high atop the citadel grounds.
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Gizeh Plateau Cairo, Egypt 5.9 mi away
#2 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
I was very lucky - while in Cairo - to have had the services of Mr. Mohamed Hussein who is a superb tour manager with “emeco travel” (email=management@emeco.com) and an excellent tour guide Mr. Ashraf Asfour (emai...
Amazing place, please make sure you take a moment just to take in the Pyramids, don’t be the typical tourist who view it through a camera and just for a selfie, it’s is true it amazing experience.
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Church of St Sergius and Bacchus Cairo, Egypt 1.1 mi away
#16 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Another historical significance is that the church was built on the spot where the Holy Family rested at the end of their journey into Egypt.
Some of their relics are kept in the church while others are buried in Syria which is why this church is a place of pilgrimage for the faithful.
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#17 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
If you want to see the old history for chrurchs visit saint George church when you enter you feel with strange feeling you feel that's you are inside Lord house when you pray you feel you are praying with angels
Coptic museum is wonderful relaxing calm and full of icons and the history of Early Christianity through St Mark the disciple.
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Zamalek (Gezira Island) Cairo, Egypt 2.5 mi away
#19 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Zamalek is a very special island in heart of Cairo.. opera house & Cairo tower.. several restaurants on the Nile .. most of embassies here in zamalek.. Must visit in Cairo & for Egyptian like me it's favorite plac...
It's a lovely place to walk around in with beautiful, old villas and scores of art galleries, restaurants and coffee shops.
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Alabaster Sphinx Cairo, Egypt 3.4 mi away
#20 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
A must do in Cairo, and must have a knowledgeable guide to really understand the history, Alabaster pottery, figurines are also readily sold at markets and sites
The highlight of this museum in historic Memphis is the colossal statue of Ramses II, but this beautiful statue is also lovely, and another of the small collection in the museum.
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Cairo Citadel Cairo, Egypt 5.5 mi away
#18 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
While the grand Mosque of Muhammad Ali built with alabaster in the Ottoman style stands as the iconic landmark of the complex, the fort itself is also an impressive example of a Muslim medieval fortress.
However, the Mohamed Ali Mosque is well worth a visit and our tour guide had plenty of information for us to explore and understand everything in the mosque from its decoration to its history.
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Ben Ezra Synagogue Cairo, Egypt 1.1 mi away
#22 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
It is the synagogue of the ancient sites in Egypt and has an ancient history and great in the beginning was the excommunication then became Temple
Amazing place to visit in are of Mar Girgis.
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Mosque of Amr Ibn El-Aas Cairo, Egypt 1.1 mi away
#24 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
It combines shrines, madrassas, a bimaristan, and wonderful Islamic architecture.
It's huge and very spiritual, it was renovated and rebuilt many times through the history.
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Cairo Tower Cairo, Egypt 2.5 mi away
#25 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
Completed in 1961 under the direction of Naum Chebib, and the builder was the late President Gamal Abdul Nasser, some say that the tower is, after the Great Pyramid, Cairo's most famous landmark.
it gives you a great view over Cairo most important monuments like Pyramids , castle , television building , egyptian museum, etc. the revolving restaurant is a great experience and price is very suitable , it's a...
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Midan Hussein Cairo, Egypt 3.9 mi away
#27 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
full of life and enthousiasm the young sellers the souvenir shops the night life all the cafes with the shisha and tea glasses AMAZING
Landmark mosque and Square
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#28 of 100 Sights & Landmarks in Cairo
the History and sights are stunning.
There are two parts of Qarrafa necropolis.
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