Places of entertainment in Cairo

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Andalus Park

Al-Andalus Garden, which is considered a beautiful plant-style oasis, is located in the Zamalek district in Cairo, where it was designed in an engineering style that simulates the Andalusian architecture, and it has a beautiful view of the Nile, knowing that it is hidden behind high walls, which is hidden Makes it a quiet oasis. It should be noted that the easiest way to discover it is to know that it is located across from the Sofitel Hotel, and Cairo Street Tower.

Grotto Aquarium Park

The Aquarium Grotto Garden, also called (The Water Cave Garden), is located within a charming garden on the island of Zamalek, located in the Nile River in central Cairo, and it contains beautiful caves in which many aquariums that contain live fish swim in Pure water, and for economic reasons, these ponds have not been preserved, as all that remains is the green garden with caves, trees, empty ponds, and fish preserved in the glass. It is worth noting that the place is considered calm and away from the hustle and bustle of Cairo.

The Agricultural Museum

The Agricultural Museum (English: The Agricultural Museum of Cairo) was established in 1930 to be the first agricultural museum in the world, and it was installed in Princess Fatima Palace, and it is important to mention that the museum is much larger than just an exhibition of agriculture only; Egypt has a long agricultural history; Therefore, it is not surprising that the visitor finds a museum dedicated to the past of agriculture in Egypt, knowing that the museum contains cultivated gardens covering about 100 thousand square meters, and other buildings occupying an area of ​​20 thousand square meters.

Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is located in the city center, specifically in Tahrir Square. It is home to more than 12,000 ancient Egyptian artifacts, and is one of the largest museums in the region.

The Pharaonic statue

Archeologists from Egypt and Germany have unearthed a head, and a huge statue was tucked under the underground waters of Cairo Street, where it was later withdrawn, and this statue is expected to be Ramesses II, who is considered the most powerful pharaoh of Egypt, knowing that the statue is 3,000 years old. Its length is 7,92 meters.


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