When in Cairo, don't miss Al-Muizz Street

In addition to its bustling shops, cafés, restaurants, and street life, this vibrant, charming street is also home to the greatest concentration of medieval treasures in the Islamic world and one of Egypt's greatest Islamic open museums. It was built by 969 AD and holds many castles and mosques that features the masterful architecture design of the Ayyubid, Mamluk and Ottoman dynasties.

Read more in Tripatini contributor Emily Rose's post 4 Fabulous Highlights of Cairo.


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