Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya)

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Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya)

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Anna M
12 bidrag
jun. 2022 • Familie
Ein Schmuckstück inmitten des Chaos und Drecks. Einfach ein Muss in Kairo. 34 Räume in zwei Häusern aus dem 16 und 17 ten Jahrhundert, osmanisch-mamaluken Architektur.
Skrevet 21. juni 2022
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Gonzalo Fernández Fernández
Ribeira, Spania3 101 bidrag
mai 2022
Excelente museo ubicado al lado de la Mezquita de Ibn Tulun, buen estado de conservación y buenas piezas.
Skrevet 15. mai 2022
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Sal
48 bidrag
mai 2022 • Venner
One of Cairo hidden tourist places .. it tells the love story between Gayer anderson the doctor in the British army n Egypt .. you take a tour in his two beautiful houses .. we were lucky to hv a skilled guide .. wael Al assaily .. thanks man
Skrevet 9. mai 2022
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Jazzumbo
Romania1 578 bidrag
des. 2021
This Islamic architectural masterpiece was the home of a family originally from Crete. There are actually two medieval houses, joined together, restored and refurnished by Major Gayer-Anderson, an Englishman who lived in them from 1935 to 1942.
The houses are well preserved and give a good idea about the level of luxury and comfort that could be attained by wealthy people of Cairo about three hundred years ago.
Major Gayer Anderson was a great collector of Oriental art and the main pieces of his collection are on display in various thematic rooms, named according to the origin of the exposed artifacts: Persian, Byzantine, Egyptian, Chinese, Indian, Syrian (or Damascus Room) and so on.
The light, filtered through mashrabiya windows, creates a magic ambiance all over the place. The polychrome fountain, Ottoman tiles, alcoves, multicolor cushions, richly decorated ceiling beams and coffee tables give visitors the feeling of Oriental movie stage.
Even a few scenes from a James Bond series movie were shoot here.
Skrevet 10. januar 2022
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Sarah E
1 bidrag
des. 2021 • Familie
This is an amazing hidden gem in one of the oldest parts of cairo. It is located right next to Ahmed ibn tulun mosque , built in the 9th century and one of the oldest operating mosques in Africa .
The museum , as an idea of restored houses from the 15th and 16th century sounds great before you actually visit (with a guide or one of the staff) and discover all it has to offer. The collection, ceilings, and architecture is exquisite . Anderson’s attempts at immortalizing himself to the point of having painting of his face as the sphinx are a bit over the top, but his care for these houses and the collection he was able to amass and leave for future generations to understand more about Egypt history is laudable.
Skrevet 24. desember 2021
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Carlotta G
Tel Aviv, Israel119 bidrag
apr. 2021 • Alene
Un voyage dans le temps!
Seul petit bémol, la personne qui m’a guidé ce matin était pressant et voulait faire la visite le plus vite possible alors que certaines pièces, mobiliers, détails méritaient un peu plus d’attention.
Skrevet 5. april 2021
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Moskva, Russland93 490 bidrag
jan. 2021 • Par
Очень самобытный музей. Без гида будет тоже интересно, но лучше, когда рассказывают. Место со своей энергетикой.
Skrevet 8. mars 2021
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Mkjohnsen
Seattle, WA52 bidrag
mar. 2020
This place is a jewel in a land of many fascinating sites. I had never heard of it but it was a spectacular take in, the collection of art and furniture was really beautiful but the building itself is lovely and really helped get a feel for how life was lived. Small courtyards, summer balconies for catching any cool breeze-one really can get a sense of how life was lived. And the architectural details are amazing....I went back to my photos of details from The Alhambra and saw them recreated here in the courtyard. In the land of the pyramids and spectacular churches and mosques, this ended up being one of our five favorite take ins.
Skrevet 22. mars 2020
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EgyptianGoddess
Alexandria, Egypt1 011 bidrag
mar. 2020 • Familie
Right next door to the Ibn Tulun Mosque. It can be a bit hard to find by just mentioning the museum, but if you ask for the mosque you will end up in the right place without too much discussion.
We took a taxi to and from this place which was easy, and taxis are frequent from the big road just a two minute walk from the museum door so no need to pay for one to wait.
Included in the price of entry is a free tour of the whole museum which really adds to the experience. We gave our guide a private thankyou tip at the end of the tour regardless. A complete tour of the museum should take no more than an hour.
Toilets are available in the courtyard and are fairly decent.
Skrevet 10. mars 2020
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timetobeinspired
Calgary, Canada241 bidrag
mar. 2020 • Par
This museum, made up of two very old homes (16th and 17th centuries) which were restored by a British military physician during the 30’s and 40’s, offer a glimpse into the past not available elsewhere. The rooms are done in different period styles and contain amazing artifacts. After a large school group left there were very few visitors so we could take our time and see everything. The odd part was that we started with a casual guide who was very helpful, but we were passed on twice to other guides, so we had to tip 3 times. It wasn’t an issue - just interesting, and they were all quite helpful.
Skrevet 7. mars 2020
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