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Five places where you can show off photography skills

Sat, Feb. 24, 2018
CAIRO – 24 February 2018: Egypt is one of the best countries for photography, whether in locations that exhibit stunning landscape, history, or versatile architecture; many of these places cost you nothing. Here’s a list of some of the beautiful places where you can practice your photography skills, or hold a photoshoot for your friends or customers.

1. Mohammed Ali Palace
The magical buildings of the past and royal era of Egypt will give your photos more regal touch.
Location: Manial District
Cost: LE 300 for weddings and LE 50 for ordinary sessions.
Map: https://goo.gl/8y6JQe

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Inside Mohammed Ali Palace in Manial, Cairo - Best Places Egypt Facebook page

2. Gayer-Anderson Museum:
There’s nothing better than taking your wedding photos amongst the great mix of history and nature that exists in the Gayer-Anderson museum.
Location: Sayeda Zeinab District
Cost: LE 300
Map: https://goo.gl/K9StUo

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Gayer-Anderson Museum from the outside - Best Places Egypt Facebook page

3. Maadi Island:
Location: Maadi District
With the charm of the Nile in the background and the green area around, Maadi island is the perfect choice for a tranquil composition.
Cost: LE 500
Map: https://goo.gl/BrxyRy

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A view inside Maadi Island - Best Places Egypt Facebook page

4. Fagnoun village:
If you want to take a photo with a background of the Egyptian countryside, Fagnoun village is the best example; it will make you feel that you are in a real Egyptian farm with all its small details.
Location: Sakkara Road
Cost: LE 500
Map: https://goo.gl/5LhWL2

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A view inside Fagnoun Village in Giza – Marian Reda

5. Al-Azhar Park:
If you are a lover of green areas, you will definitely like Al-Azhar Park with its huge areas of luscious green grass.
Location: Salah Salem Street
Cost: LE 300
Map: https://goo.gl/ZQFE5Q

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A view inside Al-Azhar Park - Best Places Egypt Facebook page
 
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