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Sunrise Walking Tour of Islamic Cairo Monday, 1st of September at 6:00 am WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com In this beautiful tour of words and deeds, history and architecture are elegantly braided together. Travel back in time to the splendid scents, sights and sounds of historic Cairo, the fabled bridge between ancient Egypt and modern Egypt. This is the story of the rise and fall of the Islamic Empire. In this tour, I shall prove that there exists an architectural historian technique whereby history can be interpreted through architecture. Behold! Seddik technique is unique. "Travel. Set out and head for pastures new. Life tastes richer when you've rode warm feet. No water that stagnates is fit to drink, for only that which flows is truly sweet ...." - Ibn Battuta "behind the gates of glory and façades of fame lie unique stories of rise and fall that teach us to never give in, in nothing great or
Walking Tour of Giza Pyramids, Temples and Tombs Your Visa To Giza Thursday, 28th of August at 8:00 a.m. WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com Pyramid of Khufu Pyramid of Khafre Pyramid of Menkaure Pyramids of the Queens Khufu's Boat Tomb of Idu, Overseer of the Construction of the Great Pyramid Tomb of Qar (G 7101) The Sphinx The Valley Temple of King Khafre --------------------------------------------------------- Tour of the Egyptian Museum Thursday, 28th of August at 1:00 p.m. WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com ---------------------------------------------------------------- Walking Tour of Islamic Cairo Thursday, 28th of August at 7:00 pm WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com In this beautiful tour of words and deeds, history and architecture are elegantly braided together. Travel back in time to the splendid scents, sights and sounds of h
Walking Tour of the Island of Zamalek Monday, 25th of August at 5:30 p.m. WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com May your spirit  live , may you spend millions  of years, you who love  Thebes  sitting with your face  to the north wind,  your eyes  beholding  happiness.  Words worthy of reciting in a royal garden delineated in harmonious hieroglyphs carved around the aromatic rim of the  wishing cup of the boy King Tutankhamen well over 3000 years ago. To make his wish come true, the cup cuts the figure of an open lotus  flower. From the dawn of Egyptian civilization, the lotus flower stood for rebirth and resurrection. President Nasser borrowed the plant for his plan upon raising the famous Cairo tower, emulating a lotus flower in the heart of Zamalek.  In the wee small hours of the morning an Egyptian lily opened. Later in the day it closed. This Lillian observation of the sun led the Egyptian, who once upon a time was a keen observa
Off the Beaten Track Tour of Historic Cairo Saturday, 23rd of August at 8:00 am WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com  Itinerary: Abdeen Palace Al-Madbouly Mosque Sheikh Rihan St. (Sultan Hussein) Abdeen Mosque Madrasa of Sultan Mahmoud Khan Sabil Bashir Agha Port Said St. Sabil Bashir Agha Daralsaada The Khedivial School Fadel Pasha Mosque (Sheikh Muhammed Rifaat) Sabil Mostafa Pasha Mosque of Zulfiqar Bek Sayyeda Zeinab Square Bahlul Mosque (Timraz) Lady Saliha Sabil The Path of the Sun Street (Darb al-Shams) Lajin Al-Saifi Dome of Sidi Al-Arbaeen Alhawd Al-Marsood St. Marasena St. Sheikh Abdul Majid Ellabban St. Yusuf Bek Sabil Salar and Singer Al-Jawali Khudairy St. Saliba Street Mosque and School of Prince Sarghatmish Mosque of Ahmed Ibn Tulun House of Gayer Anderson Madrasa of Prince Taghribardi The Mosque and Khanqah of Emir Shaykhu al-'Umari al-Nasiri (1349-57) S
Walking Tour of Islamic Cairo  Wednesday, 20th of August at 4:00 pm -----/---/-/-//-///-/------------------ Shine from the Shrine: Walking Tour of the City of the Dead Friday, 22nd of August at 8:00 am For reservation: WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com The scintillating City of the Dead, anecdotally known as Al-Qarafa, is so full of life and amenities that if you sum, you realize it is more town than slum. We will be able to label the fabled vast necropolis and feast our eyes on monuments glorious from the City Victorious. The lively City of the Dead is a treasure trove of masterpieces from almost all eras of Egyptian history. Walking there gives you an encyclopedic tour of Egyptian history. True to the vision of some of its founders, the City of the Dead has the power to entertain the mind and retain the body. Around 100,000 Cairenes live here amongst the dead. At the pinnacle of Islamic art, the mo