Islamic Landmarks in Egypt
While the rest of the world was sinking in the darkness of the Middle Ages, Egypt was living in the age of the Islamic golden transformation. After General Amr ibn al-‘as conquered Egypt in 641 AD and constructed a new capital called Al-Fustat which later on became Cairo the immortal center of Egypt and the heart of Islamic culture for the next 1.200 years. Cairo became highly famous for containing the largest concentrations of Mosques filled with beautiful Islamic art and gained the title of the city of minarets, plus the city acted as an inspiration for countless works of art which it becomes the top destination of Egypt tours. All of Egypt Islamic landmarks are the reflection of the Islamic dynasty that ruled Egypt at some point in time which are the Abbasid Dynasty, the Fatimid Dynasty, The Ayyubid Dynasty, The Mamluk Dynasty, and the Ottoman Empire. All the one of kind historical attraction of Cairo will showcase a new definition of the word beautiful, all of Egypt Islamic landmarks features a unique style of architecture that can only be found in the Arab world and a mesmerizing style of decoration like hypnotic Quranic calligraphy is written gold.