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Islamic Ceramic Museum
Islamic Ceramic Museum

The Islamic Ceramic Museum in Zamalek occupies the ground and first floors in the palace of Prince Amr Ibrahim. The Palace is generally used as the Al-Gezira Art Center and the Museum houses a great collection of ceramics from the different Islamic periods.

Museum

National Library and Archives
National Library and Archives

The National Library and Archives was established by an AH 1286 (AD 1870) decree and was originally housed in the Palace of Prince Mustafa Fadel. As it grew, it moved to Bab El Khalq Square and then to its current location overlooking the Nile at Ramlet Boulak.

Museum

The Museum of Islamic Art
The Museum of Islamic Art

The idea of constructing the Museum of Islamic Art was in 1869. It began in the courtyard of the Mosque of Al-Hakim and was moved to the present premises on Port Said Street (formerly Al Khaleeg Al Misri) on Ahmad Maher Square. It houses more than 102,000 objects of Islamic art.

Museum

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