Egyptian territory is filled with majestic monuments, thousands of years old, with millions of 2000 residents, of course, can offer tourists many unique places. Cairo contains many tourist and archaeological monuments that attract travelers from around the world. Egypt has a lot of tourist areas that tourists also go to every year to visit. You can see Islamic monuments, Egyptian pharaohs, and Coptic Monuments in Cairo
One of the finest experiences of history and heritage is visiting Islamic monuments in Cairo. The streets of Islamic Cairo are filled with historic monuments from mosques, shrines, markets, historic schools, archaeological houses, palaces, and forts. Islamic Cairo contains the best bazaars featuring artifacts, handicrafts, and traditional textiles. like:
Most of the Islamic features in Cairo are in Almuzz Alden Allah Alfatimi street. It contains:
Khan El Khalili
Bab Fatouh in Al-Muzz
Al-Azhar Mosque And Imam al-Hussein Mosque
The masterpiece of Egyptian pharaohs in the art of architecture, where historians divide the pharaonic era in Egypt's history into three main sections: The ancient state, known for its funerary architecture of terraces and pyramids, where 97 pyramids were constructed, the central state, where funerary temples spread and irrigation systems in the Fayoom area were concerned, and finally the modern state, which was known for its murals and fine arts on the walls of mega-temples, and its enigmatic and prominent carvings. Shown in:
The Pharaonic village
The Cairo Tower
Temples of the Rock Abu Semple
The museum's collection reflects Coptic history from its earliest beginnings in Egypt during its prosperity as a leading center of Christianity in the world. The origins of the "Coptic" messiah in Egypt date back to the first-century visit of Saint Mark to the city of Alexandria, and the monuments displayed in the museum reflect the mixing of Coptic art with mainstream cultures, including Pharaoh, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman, and its evolution into a character and identity. Coptic Monuments in Cairo in:
The hanging church. The Rhine Palace Church.
St. Barbara's Church. Mary Wound Church.
Abby Sargah Church. Church of Saint Margarius Abu Sevin.
Nun Girls Convent
Finally, we see that Egyptian territory is filled with majestic monuments, thousands of years old, with millions of 2000 residents. From Islamic monuments, Egyptian pharaohs, and Coptic monuments in Cairo. That is not all you can visit in Egypt like Malls (city star, Cairo Festival, Mall Masr, and Sun City) and places were red sea like Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada. I advise all people to have their Holiday in Egypt and have a nice time.