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  • 41.

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    El Maraashly Street (opposite the American University Hostel)

    This fairly modern church is the only Coptic church in Zamalek. Worshippers are mostly Copts from Zamalek and Mohandissen (both up-scale neighborhoods). The church does not have a ...

  • 42.

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    4 Maydan Ibn Tulun

    James Bond fans will recognize the house instantly - this was the setting for a steamy tryst and murder in The Spy Who Loved Me. The museum is actually two houses dating ...

  • 43.

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    24 kilometres south of Cairo

    The capital of Egypt for thousands of years, little remains of this once great city to attest to its glory. Memphis was founded by the I Dynasty pharaoh Menes around 3100 BCE and ...

  • 44.

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    The Citadel

    Built between 1318 and 1335, this was once the main mosque of the Citadel. Although neglected for a long time (it once served as a warehouse), the mosque has now been fully ...

  • 45.

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    Near Mari Girgis Street

    This, one of the oldest churches in Cairo, is built on the site where the Holy Family allegedly rested at the end of their journey to Egypt. Built in the 4th Century CE, it ...

  • 46.

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    Mari Girgis Street

    This convent is situated very close to the Religion Compound and has also been fortunate to be amongst the wonderful recent renovations and restorations currently ...

  • 47.

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    Salah Salem Street

    This delightful theme park has vast green areas and a variety of games including slides and carousels. Thanks to its low price admission Al-Fustat Garden ...

  • 48.

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    Mari Girgis Street

    The construction, embellishment and restoration of the Religion Compound of Old Cairo is one of the most exciting and ambitious projects to be embraced by the Egyptian Antiquities ...

  • 49.

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    Gezirah Island

    This exclusive club is beautifully situated in the lovely Zamalek area. It caters for just about every imaginable sporting interest with facilities for tennis, squash, judo, athletics ...

  • 50.

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    Memphis

    The Sphinxes are the most mystical creatures of ancient Egypt. By far the most famous Sphinx is that of Giza; however, this is far from being the only sphinx in Egypt. In fact ...