The Al Azhar Mosque holds an important place in Islamic history, attached to the eponymous university that has been an influential center for Islamic learning and theology over the ages since 972 AD

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Cairo & Al-Azhar Mosque Half-Day Tour

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 4 hour

$40

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Discover the Islamic old city of Cairo with its authentic Middle Eastern flair. Wander the winding s...

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El Moez Street and Al Azhar Park Day Tour in Cairo

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 Flexible

$43

Day tour to Islamic Cairo. Visit unusual historic sites with your professional guide. ...

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Pyramids and Al Azhar Park private tour

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   8 hours

$80

Enjoy a full day tour visiting the pyramids of Giza to see the great pyramids of kings Cheops ,...

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full-day Islmaic Cairo Citadel Al Azhar Mosque Sultan Hassan Mosque and Khan El Khalili Bazaar from Cairo Giza hotel

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   6 hours

$60

Citadel, Al Azhar Mosque, Sultan Hassan Mosque and Khan El Khalili Bazaar ...

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Private Day Tour in Cairo visiting Salah El Din Citadel, Egyptian Museum and Al Azhar Park with Lunch

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   8 hours

$111

Cairo highlights private day tour with lunch ...

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Half Day Islamic tour to the Alabaster Mosque citadel of Saladin ibn tulun Al Azhar and el moezz street

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 4 hours

$50

Half Day Islamic tour to the Alabaster Mosque citadel of Saladin ibn tulun Al Azhar and el moez...

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Day tour to El Moez Street, Old Mosques Al Azhar Park and Khan EL Khalili Bazaar

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   6 hours

$20

Half day tour to El Moez street and Al Azhar park in Cairo,visit one of the biggest Open Islami...

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Full-Day Tour of the Egyptian Museum and Old Cairo

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    9 hour

$70

...ian Antiquities. Then visit such ancient religious sites as the Hanging Church, Bin Ezra Synagogue, and Al-Azhar Mosque.

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6-Hour Private Tour to the Alabaster Mosque City of Dead and Alazhar Park in Cairo

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   6 hours

$11

Explore Cairo and see the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali Pash, Cairo's old cemetery "the City of dead and Al-Azhar...

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Private half day tour to Islamic Cairo

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 4 to 6 hrs

$14

Visit Half Day in Cairo to Visit Islamic Cairo with expert tour guide Visit such as  the Citade...

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HALF DAY TRIP TO ISLAMIC CAIRO

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 4 hours

$12

Half day tour to Islamic Cairo where you visit Islamic Sites in Cairo Such as theCitadel of Sala El...

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Islamic Cairo: Private Sightseeing Day Tour

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   8 hour

$55

...Citadel of Cairo, walk down El Moez Street, explore Khan el-Khalili, visit the Al-Azhar Mosque, and enjoy a local lunch.

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Cairo: Hidden Treasures Half-Day Tour

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   5 hour

$45

Discover the less explored sights of Cairo on a 5-hour tour of its hidden treasures. Go to the Gayer-Anderson Museum to ...

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Private Full-Day Tour to Giza, Old Cairo and Khan El Khalili Bazaar

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   8 hours

$22

On this private tour visit the plateau of Giza and feel the majesty of the Sphinx and the pyramids, view the mosque...

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Private Full Day Walking Tour through Islamic Cairo

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   8 hours

$28

Discover the UNESCO World Heritage site of Historic Cairo, one of the world's oldest Islamic cities, on this 8-hour pri...

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Al-Azhar Mosque, Cairo

The Al Azhar Mosque holds an important place in Islamic history, attached to the eponymous university that has been an influential center for Islamic learning and theology over the ages since 972 AD.

The Al Azhar Mosque holds an important place in Islamic history, attached to the eponymous university that has been an influential center for Islamic learning and theology over the ages since 972 AD. The architecture has elements from different periods reflecting the evolving sensibilities of subsequent rulers of Egypt.


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About Al-Azhar Mosque

 Cairo Governorate, Egypt

Al-Azhar Mosque and Nearby Sights on Map

Al-Tannoura Egyptian Heritage Dance Troupe

Get mesmerized by the soulful performance of Sufi singers and dancers, and transcend earthly confines as you witness mystic whirling dervishes as part of the Tanoura dance routines at Wekalet El Ghoury

Khan el-Khalili

One of the oldest open air markets in the Middle East, the Khan el-Khalili traces its origins back to the 14th century

Muizz Street

Running from Bab al-Fatah in the north to Al Azhar and further down to Bab Zuweila in the south, the Muizz Street is a 1 kilometre pedestrian stretch that has the greatest concentration of medieval architectural treasures in the Islamic world

Islamic Cairo

Islamic Cairo refers to the historical area in Cairo that was founded in 969 by the Fatimid caliphs as Al Qahira, comprising palaces and government institutions enclosed by ramparts

Al-Azhar Park

The Al Azhar Park is a sprawling public park near Cairo's historic district, with beautiful gardens, shaded walkways, lakeside café, and an open air theatre El Genaina

Bab Zuweila

Bab Zuweila is one of the 3 remaining city gates in the medieval walls of Al-Qahira (Old City of Cairo), controlling traffic to the south of the city

Bayt Al-Suhaymi

Bayt Al-Suhaymi or House of Suhaymi is an Ottoman era mansion on the Darb al-Asfar alley originally built in 1648 by Abdel Wahab el Tablawy

Al-Hakim Mosque

Named after Fatimid Caliph Imam Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, the Al-Hakim Mosque dates back to 992 AD

City of the Dead

The City of the Dead, also known as the Cairo Necropolis or Northern Cemetery, is an Islamic necropolis below the Mokattam Hills that was used for burials from the 7thto 16thcenturies, but is now crowded with slums

Saladin Citadel

The Saladin Citadel on Mokattam Hill in Cairo was laid out in the 12thcentury by Ayyubid king Salah al-Din or Saladin to protect the city from the Crusaders