This history museum showcases a tremendous collection of pharaonic antiquities including mummies and other items found in tombs.
With its 187 meters, this landmark of Cairo is the tallest building in Egypt.
Also known as the Alabaster Mosque, this mosque with two minarets is one of the most popular landmarks in the city.
Babylon Fortress was an ancient fortress in the Nile Delta, located in the area known today as Coptic Cairo.
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun is located in Cairo, Egypt. It is the oldest mosque in the city surviving in its original form, and is the largest…
Visiting this famous monument of Coptic Christians is a must. Also known as the Hanging Church, the building is embellished with hundred of…
A sophisticated structure used to measure the water level of Nile for estimating the harvest. Doesn't work anymore because of the Aswan dam.
The Coptic Museum is a museum in Coptic Cairo, Egypt with the largest collection of Egyptian Christian artifacts in the world.
Even though, originally, this mosque was the first one built in Egypt, due to the building being continuously rebuild and restored, there…
Probably the only presidential residence that works as a museum at the same time. Its collection are related to the state affairs.
An eye-candy for the lovers of Islamic architecture as it features many unusual elements - large wooden dome or twin minarets.
This largest zoo in Egypt is interesting for its endemic species, some of them endangered. There's also a bridge by G.
A bustling square full of coffee shops and cafés. Walk around, try out unusual blends and watch the ordinary Egyptian life.
Al-Nasir Muhammad Mosque, dating back to the 14th century, is a gem of the so-called Mamluk Architecture.
An animated combination of a theme park and a living history project. Enjoy a day out and learn all you've ever wanted to know about ancient…
The Gayer-Anderson Museum is an art museum located in Cairo, Egypt. It is situated adjacent to the Mosque of Ahmad ibn Tulun in the Sayyida…
This museum is proud to display Egyptian art dating back to the early 20th century.
Situated right next to the Sultan Hassan Mosque and complementing it architecturally. Built in a neo-Mamluk style.