Twenty nine Islamic monuments

Twenty nine Islamic monuments

Traffic to revel in Islamic Egypt from the tenth to nineteenth centuries, beginning from the Fatimid Period (297–567 AH / 969–1171AD) to the Muhammad Ali Dynasty (1220–1372 AH / 1805–1953 AD). These monuments encompass homes of numerous types Twenty nine Islamic monuments dotting the duration of al-Mu’izz


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Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street


Al Moez street


Al Moez street


Al Moez street


Al Moez street


Al Moez street


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


Al Moez street


Al Moez street -  Islamic monuments


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Cairo’s El Moez Street
The street is named after the fourth caliph of the Fatimid dynasty, Al-Muizz li Din Allah. It is the largest open-air museum of Islamic monuments in the world, and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The street has been known by many names throughout the centuries, but only in 1937 did it officially get the name al-Muizz.


Egypt images – Islamic – Islamic buildings


City: Cairo
Region: EL-Gamaleyael
Place: Al Moez Ldin Allah Al Fatmi street
Location: see on map


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