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City: Cairo

One of the most sacred Islamic sites in the country and the Middle East, the mosque hosts the shrine in which the head of Ibn al-Hussein, the grandson of Muhammed the Prophet, is alleged to have been buried. The present building dates to 1870 and replaces a much earlier 12th century mosque. Non-Muslims are strictly no allowed inside the mosque and it also houses some of the very sacred items from Muslim religion like the oldest copy of entire manuscript of Quran.


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