Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan

Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan anmeldelser, Kairo

Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan

Mosque and Madrasa of Sultan Hassan
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Jorge S
Porto, Portugal494 bidrag
jun. 2022 • Alene
Fui a esta mesquita com grande expectativa. No entanto fiquei um pouco desiludido. Trata-se de ser muito antiga. Tem pouco para ver. Ao que me disseram já não se faz aí muito culto. Algumas zonas são pouco atrativas. Para mim há melhores mesquitas.
Skrevet 24. juni 2022
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Gonzalo Fernández Fernández
Ribeira, Spania3 085 bidrag
mai 2022
Esta mezquita preside la plaza y le da un toque imponente. La entrada a esta mezquita incluye también la visita a la mezquita contigua.
Skrevet 15. mai 2022
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Sal
48 bidrag
mai 2022 • Venner
Here you feel how did the golden age for Arabs looked like , huge beautiful building with a lot of details .. also you see 4 sections where the 4 Islamic sectors were tought ..
Skrevet 10. mai 2022
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Hyoga83
Bordeaux, Frankrike672 bidrag
mar. 2022
One of the oldest and most beautiful mosques in Cairo, part of their Unesco classified sites. A bit annoying to have to pay to enter, one of the only ones in town to ask for money, but it was included in our Cairo Pass so no problem :)
My favourite is however Ibn Tulun, it is a nice walk from one to another.
Do not be fooled, as entrance from here to the Citadel is pretty far away by foot as it is done via the opposite side.
Skrevet 19. april 2022
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scotdoc2015
Birmingham, UK149 bidrag
mar. 2022
Very similar to Hagia Sophia of Istanbul. Worth visit. Some renovative work taking place here. Large courtyard. Amazing view from here.
Skrevet 13. april 2022
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Laurent S
Marolles, Frankrike545 bidrag
nov. 2021
Mosquée la plus ancienne du Caire, construite au XIVème siècle. La tombe du sultan Hassan y est visible. Malheureusement le kiosque dans la cour était en réfection. Moins spectaculaire à visiter néanmoins que la mosquée de Mohammed Ali.
Skrevet 23. mars 2022
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SidSne
Dundee, UK156 bidrag
feb. 2022
Great construction and great historical site.
The building was a masterpiece and the place was quiet and peaceful
Skrevet 27. februar 2022
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey14 335 bidrag
des. 2021
Because of its size, importance and meaning this mosque should be seen and acknowledged during the exploration of old Cairo. For me it was enough to see it from the outside as at the time no tour was available.
Skrevet 12. januar 2022
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Michael W
Redding, CT952 bidrag
des. 2021 • Venner
Along with the Al Rifai mosque, this is a very impressive building which is a must visit part of a tour of Old Cairo. No need to spend that much time there but the sheer size of these buildings is something to behold.
Skrevet 2. januar 2022
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Jazzumbo
Romania1 555 bidrag
okt. 2021
It used to be the largest mosque in the world. It was so massive that some rebel emirs used it as a fortress from where they attacked Cairo Citadel, located on top of the next cliff. In 1500, Mamluk Sultan Janbalat, anticipating another rebel attack from the mosque, ordered it demolished; however, after three days of unsuccessful demolition attempts on the mosque's southeastern (Citadel-facing) walls, he was forced to give up. In 1517, the very last Mamluk sultan, Tumanbay, took refuge inside the mosque in an attempt to evade capture by the victorious Ottoman army as it took control of Cairo, resulting in the Ottomans bombarding the mosque with cannonballs from the Citadel.
These demolition attempts, however, drew criticism from Cairo's population, which subsequently pressured authorities into repairing damages.
It is challenging to figure out how this construction impressed the people after inauguration, back in 1363. It is also believed that limestone from the Pyramids of Giza was quarried for use in the mosque's construction. The mosque hosts four Islamic schools (madrassas) and accommodation for their students.
There’s a shoes wardrobe at the entrance where the visitors can leave their shoes before visiting the mosque. It’s OK to tip the shoes keeper with 5 Egyptian Pounds for the service. A few kittens were playing around while I was removing my shoes.
Skrevet 17. november 2021
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