beautyartislam: “ Mosque on Moez Street, Cairo, Egypt.
Madrasa of Sultan al-Nasir Muhammad stands the Madrasa Khanqah of Sultan al-Zahir Barquq at Nahhasin on the street called al-Mu'izz in Islamic Cairo, which can be dated to between 1384 and 1386 AD. The architect Shihab al Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad al Tuluni, who belonged to a family of court architects and surveyors, was in charge of part of the construction. Cairo, Egypt (picture courtesy: David Stanley)
Madrasa of al-Nasir Muhammed ibn Qalawun, Cairo, Built between AD
Sabil-Kuttab of Abdel Rahman Katkhuda, Muizz_Street, Cairo, Egypt.
Minaret of Al-Nasir - Al Rifai Mosque, Cairo Egypt
Mihrab - navigating the location to pray the worship, Mecca Minbar - stand for preaching - Cairo, Egypt
The mashrabya window in Al Sennari house in Cairo, Beit El-Sennari was built in 1794 by Ibrahim Katkhuda El-Sennari, a Sudanese occultist, later, it was used to house many of the French artists and scholars at the time of Napoleon. It became the center of the French study of Egypt, and therefore a very important monument to early Egyptology.Photo by Hegazy Bek
pali-princess: Cairo, Egypt (Source: alyibnawi, via personalpolitics)