Al-Mu'az Ladin Allah street
I got a picture at 6 AM
Al-Mu'az Ladin Allah is the largest open museum of Islamic monuments in the world. It is located in the Al-Azhar area in Fatimid Cairo. Its renovation and opening was completed on Friday 15 Safar 1429, February 22, 2008. The project includes paving the street with old stones, Alone ..
The city has lost more than 40% of its architecture and archeological features. This project is not born today, but since Cairo was listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 and historic Cairo as a strategic goal of development and upgrading until the project was launched in 1998 until today in an effort to save 210 damaged monuments In the 1992 earthquake in four stages.
33 monuments were restored in the street, the most important of which are the Qalawun group, the Sultan Al Ghouri group, the Prince Bashtak Palace, Bab Al-Nasr and Al-Fotouh, the Cairo Wall between them, the Kamelite School, Ibn Tulun Mosque, Prince Taz Palace and the Muayyad Sheikh Mosque.
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