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  • 31.

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    197, 26th July Street

    This ultra cool venue, run by the same team behind L'Aubergine and The Fat Black Pussy Cat, is a very popular hangout for young of Cairo. The atmosphere is lively yet laid-back, and the music (which changes ...

  • 32.

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    Salah Salem Street

    Al Azhar Park was Aga Khan's donation to the city. With a dearth of green spaces in Cairo, these sprawling 30 hectares (74 acres) boasts verdant ...

  • 33.

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    Islamic Cairo

    Tucked away amid the modern urban area of Cairo lies one of the world's oldest Islamic cities, with its famous mosques, madrasas, hammams and fountains. Founded ...

  • 34.

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    Mari Girgis Street

    This church was originally built in 684 CE by a wealthy scribe named Athanasius, also credited with the building of the St Cyrus and St John Church. The St George Church burned ...

  • 35.

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    Merryland Gardens

    Set in an attractive garden overlooking an artificial lake, this branch of the popular Asian cafe is always buzzing with young Cairenes. The tables are scattered amongst ...

  • 36.

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    17 Shar'a Talaat Harb Street

    This 1908 historic landmark, was a hub for the literati and has history seeping through its walls. Cafe Riche is the oldest of its kind in downtown Cairo yet is still ...

  • 37.

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    1 Mahmoud Azmi St

    This institute is renowned for its quality lectures on history, archaeology and culture. These usually begin at 5:30pm on Thursdays, but it is a good idea to call ahead. The institute also ...

  • 38.

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    8 Amman Square

    The first stop of the evening for Cairo's young and beautiful people, a DJ spins nightly in this highly acclaimed nightspot. With tasteful decor, good music and a buzzing crowd, it's hard to find a ...

  • 39.

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    Omar Ibn Alkhattab Street

    This chain store is justly famous for its good quality, colorful clothing. The majority of garments are actually made locally using pure Egyptian cotton. Colorful tracksuits ...

  • 40.

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    In front of al Ghouri Mausoleum

    Built by the second last Mamluk sultan of Egypt - Sultan Quansuh al Ghouri in 1504, the Mosque-Madrassa of al Ghouri is a fine example of Mamluk buildings. The exterior facade is ...