Egyptian Museum & Citadel of Salah El Din, Visit the Egyptian Museum which houses the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. It houses over 120,000 items, with a representative amount on display. Located in a building built in 1901, it is the largest museum in Africa. Among its masterpieces are Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s treasure, including its iconic gold burial mask, widely considered one of the best-known works of art in the world and a prominent symbol of ancient Egypt.
Afternoon: visit Old Cairo’s citadel. Salah El Din built this medieval Islamic fort. Later Egyptian rulers expanded it. For 700 years (13th-19th centuries), it was Egypt’s government seat and rulers’ home. It stands on a Mokattam hill promontory near Cairo’s center. It overlooks and dominates the city skyline.
When it was constructed it was among the most impressive and ambitious military fortification projects of its time.
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Mosques and museums fill the preserved historic site. Muhammad Ali Pasha ordered the Mohammed Ali Mosque in the Citadel of Cairo between 1830 and 1848. The mosque towers over the city. You can also visit the Church of Abu Serga, Moallaqa Church (Hanging Church), and Ben Ezra Synagogue, Egypt’s oldest Jewish synagogue.
For those wishing to browse and shop, your tour will stop at the Khan El Khalili Bazaar displaying and selling all oriental goods. Return to Barceló Cairo Pyramids.
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|2 - 3||$60.00||$30.00|
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