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Old Egypt


Old Cairo (Egyptian Arabic: Masr el Adīma) is a part of Cairo that contains the remnants of those cities which were capitals before Cairo, such as Fustat, as well as some other elements from the city's varied history. For example, it encompasses Coptic Cairo and its many old churches and ruins of Roman fortifications. Modern tourists visit locations.

such as the Coptic Museum, the Babylon Fortress, the Hanging Church and other Coptic churches, the Ben Ezra Synagogue and the Mosque of Amr ibn al-'As. Fort Babylon is a Roman fortress around which many of the Egyptian Christians' oldest churches were built.Count Gabriel Habib Sakakini Pasha (1841-1923), who had become a household name in his time, built a palace and a church in the Sakakini area in 1897 and established the Roman Catholic Cemetery in Old Cairo.

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Sam JacobSam Jacob moderator 01/05/2009
Ali HusseinAli Hussein 08/21/2013
Ahmed Osman Ahmed Osman love to see it 07/21/2011
Shahbory DesginerShahbory Desginer For long and visit new places 09/01/2013
Ahmed ElazamyAhmed Elazamy 08/20/2011
Yahya MaherYahya Maher 10/27/2012
Abubakar BilalAbubakar Bilal want to visit egypt 11/15/2013
Amr BerkawyAmr Berkawy because I like my own history and Culture 05/23/2012