The President instructed to provide full support for these projects.
Throughout the years, Cairo's features changed; its ancient streets became crowded, and modern architecture overshadowed the beauty of its Islamic architecture.
On June 20, many important events took place.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem called on citizens to attend the celebrations launched by the General Authority for Cultural Palaces in the North Cairo Wall, which runs until Ramadan 24.
Al-Muizz Street was officially inaugurated on February 22, 2008, to be one of the most beautiful open museums of Islamic antiquities in the world.
Within the framework of Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ plan to develop and archaeological areas and sites, the work of lighting the external facades of the al-Mansour Saif al-Din Qalawun began on al-Muizz Street.
The mosque was built by the Fatimids in the year 549 AH (1154 AD). Each corner contains monuments that testify to different eras of Egypt's history.
The head of the Islamic and Coptic Antiquities Sector clarified that the activities of the festival started with a performance by the Arabic Opera Ensemble.
Muizz Street, also known as Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah Al-Fatimi Street in Islamic Cairo, is one of the ancient streets in Cairo.
The Gates of Cairo were gates at portals in the city walls of medieval Islamic Cairo.
The Ministry of Antiquities announced that it has accepted the monetarily support presented by the Ministry of Tourism, estimated at LE 13 million.