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26 Kasr Al Nile Fifth Floor Next To (2.17 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Situated in Cairo Pharoah's Palace features accommodation with private balconies. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi. The hostel has family rooms.
10 Al Aded Street Off Of Mansouria (2.33 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Situated in the centre of Islamic Cairo the Arabian Nights Hostel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi just a 5-minute walk from the popular Khan al-Khalili market and Al Azhar Park.rabian Nights Hostel features classic Arabian furniture and decorations.
(2.44 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
92 C Mohamed Farid St Abdin Sq. (2.54 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Located in Cairo city centre just a few minutes walk from the Egyptian Museum this 3-star hotel boasts a strategic position directly in front of the Mohamed Najeeb underground station.
11 Sherif Basha In Front Of El Lewa (2.59 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Set in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Golden Star Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi throughout the property.
17 Sherif Basha 17 Sherif Basha (2.62 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Situated in Cairo 700 metres from Tahrir Square Cairo Plaza Hotel 1 offers air-conditioned accommodation and a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are room service and a shared lounge along with free WiFi throughout the property.
No 8 Gawad Hosny Street (2.63 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Boasting a terrace Hotel Velvet 1928 is set in Cairo in the Cairo Governorate region 1.3 km from Tahrir Square and 1.8 km from Khan Al Khalili.
Falaky Square 38 (2.68 km from Mosque of Muhammad Ali)
Stop at Amin Hotel to discover the wonders of Cairo. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at Amin Hotel.
Located in Downtown Cairo Osiris Hotel is just a 500 metres walk from the Egyptian Museum.
Situated in Cairo and within less than 1 km of Tahrir Square Hostgram has a terrace allergy-free rooms and free WiFi. The property is around 2.
Within 200 metres from Bab Zuweila gateLe Riad Hotel de Charme has spacious Oriental suites with private balconies facing El Darb El Asfar.
Boasting a terrace Victory Of Downtown Hotel is situated in Cairo in the Cairo Governorate region 1.1 km from Khan Al Khalili and 1.
Located in Cairo 450 metres from Tahrir Square Tahrir Plaza Suites offers accommodation with a shared lounge and with views overlooking the Egyptian.
Situated in Cairo 1 km from The Egyptian Museum Hotel Velvet 1889 provides air-conditioned accommodation and a restaurant.
Located in downtown Cairo overlooking the River Nile Egyptian Night Hostel faces the Egyptian Musuem and is within a short walk from Sadat Metro.
Situated in Cairo's city centre this inn offers comfortable accommodation with free private parking and breakfast included just minutes from.
Hotel Grand Royal is located in Cairo City Centre. Rooms are decorated with white colours and wooden furniture.
Well set in the Downtown Cairo district of Cairo Hotel Velvet 1915 is located less than 1 km from Tahrir Square 2.1 km from The Egyptian Museum and 2.
Overlooking Egypt Museum and located 250 metres from Sadat metro station City Hotel offers a great window for going around Cairo.
Located in Downtown Cairo City View Hotel is a perfect starting point from which to explore Cairo.
Built in 1950 our art deco hotel in the heart of Cairo still provides a warm family welcome and an outstanding location from which to explore this.
Kings Palace Hotel decorated in true Arabian Night style is the perfect destination for budget travellers and backpackers.
A 2-minute walk from Tahrir Square New City Hotel is situated in Cairo and provides air-conditioned rooms.
Located in Cairo 700 metres from Tahrir Square The Square Boutique Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and express check-in and.
Located in Cairo Downtown Berlin Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with private balconies.
Boasting a terrace Nitocrisse Hotel is situated in Cairo in the Cairo Governorate region 1.4 km from Tahrir Square and 1.9 km from Khan Al Khalili.
Situated within less than 1 km of Tahrir Square and 1.9 km of Khan Al Khalili Cairo Capital Plaza offers rooms in Cairo.
Located in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Abdeen Palace Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge.
The Mosque of Muhammad Ali, commonly known as the Alabaster Mosque, is a historic mosque located in Cairo, Egypt. The mosque was built between 1828 and 1848 under the orders of Muhammad Ali Pasha, the ruler of Egypt at the time.
It was initially constructed as a place of worship for both Sunni Muslims and Greek Orthodox Christians. The mosque is considered one of the most impressive monuments in Cairo due to its size and elaborate architecture. Its minaret stands over 70 metres high and dominates the skyline of Central Cairo.
The mosque is made up of an inner square courtyard surrounded by four arcades that support a large dome supported by four colossal columns each measuring 18 meters high. These columns are made from red granite and white marble giving it the nickname “Alabaster Mosque”. The walls are decorated with intricate geometric designs featuring muqarnas – traditional Islamic stone carvings – and calligraphy featuring verses from the Qur’an.
Inside, there are two tombs dedicated to Muhammad Ali Pasha’s sons Tusun Pasha (1815-1853) and Ibrahim Pasha (1789-1848). Additionally, there are several smaller shrines dedicated to other members of his family including his mother Khushiyar Hanim (1771–1826), his daughter Zibet El-Masriyya (1820–1905) and his wife Nafisa Khushiyar Hanim (1790–1838). There is also a special area dedicated to Nafisa which contains her personal possessions including jewellery and furniture.
The mosque has undergone extensive renovations over the years but retains much of its original grandeur despite being more than 150 years old. Today it serves as an important religious site not only for Sunni Muslims but also for Shia Muslims who travel from all around Egypt to visit this historical landmark for prayer activities or simply for sightseeing purposes.