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The entrance cost 140 LE , taxi from the center of cairo 50 LE.
Do not pay for taking pictures, comfortable shoes, when entering the mosque you have to remove your shoes, you can go barefoot or buy foot protections in 5 LE
Nestled on the hills as part of the Citadel, the Mosque's surrounding offers a breathtaking view of Cairo.
The mosque itself compares to Sofia and the Blue Mosque of Istanbul in terms of grandeur and in history.
I wanted to wait until the next salah...More
A not-to-be-missed mosque in Cairo. Even if you have to visit just one mosque, this one has to be it. It is huge and the interiors are full of artistic magnificence. Be sure to wear covered clothing and you have to remove shoes before entering....More
The mosque is magnificent, comparable with the Blue mosque from Istanbul. You should take off your shoes to get inside or buy some shoe covers. Head cover is not required.
When exiting the mosque, go to the panoramic point and see the city. If the...More
This place has some very interesting history and is beautiful to look at. The ground is seriously in need of repair and you must watch your footing all the time or you will fall. Entry fee is reasonable.
We went with a guide.
This mosque is one of the largest and well known. Beautiful architecture! If you are with a tour group, you will be provided slip on, disposable shoe covers. Otherwise be prepared to remove your shoes before entering. This is also a time to dress more...More
Came late and just made it! Closes at 5 but you don’t need too much time - 30-45mins more if you want to take pictures. Bring socks if u don’t want to be bare feet inside mosque. The tomb of Mohamed is pretty cool to...More