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  • 21.

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    Step Pyramid of Djoser

    The Mastaba of Mereruka is one of the largest in Saqqara with about 30 chambers. Excavated in 1893, by J. de Morgan, it is the tomb and funerary temple of Mereruka, Vizier to Pharaoh Teti ...

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    Pyramids Road

    There must be very few golf courses that can beat this location at Mena House Oberoi. One of the oldest in Cairo, this lovely course enjoys a tranquil setting beneath the shadow of the Giza ...

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    East of Fortress of Babylon

    Built in 684 CE by a wealthy scribe called Athanasius, this church was originally dedicated to Abu Kir and Yohanna (or St. Cyrus and St. John). When the remains of St. Barbara, (a young ...

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    32 Road 213

    This excellent bakery offers delicious American and European bread and pastries. There is a huge selection, offering everything from multi-grain and sunflower bread to hot apple pie and carrot cake. The ...

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    El Borg Gezira

    Opened in 1988, the Opera House complex is a stunning jewel of postmodernist architecture incorporating Islamic and Pharaonic motifs. There are two ...

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    Corniche El Nile Street

    This store offers fashionable everyday casual clothing. Its specialty is T-shirts which are available in many colors and designs. These ...

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    Saqqara

    This Pyramid could easily be ignored for it resembles a pile of dirt and rubble. Although the exterior is rather shambolic, the interior is rather elaborate. It contains the ...

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    Cleopatra Street

    This is one of the oldest churches in Heliopolis. It is also relatively large. The church grounds contain several buildings that are home to Sunday school ...

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    Al-Azhar Street

    This is a retreat from the sun in summer, while it's easy to lose a day in this sprawling market during the mild winters. This bustling souk dates back to the 14th Century and the maze of ...

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    Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah Street

    A kottab is somewhere young children would go to receive an elementary education in the Quran, a sabil is fountain. This building fulfils two things ...