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About Cairo Ibn Tulun Mosque

The Ibn Tulun Mosque was built in 879 AD by the son of a former slave who later became Egypt’s governor. In classic Abbasid style, it sports lovely outer courtyards, delicately-carved crenellations, and inner arcades done in floral themes. The walls are inscribed in Kufic, an old Islamic language.



How to get there
By minibus: 54 or bus 72 from Tahrir Square. By metro: Sayyida Zeinab, then take bus 501 to Qadri St.

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