Mosquée Ibn Touloun
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#Architecture #Visite #Mosquée #Balade #Monument
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"une des plus vieilles mosquées d'Afrique! construite entre 876 et 879. C'est aussi une des plus grandes au monde. Ahmed Ibn Tulun est le fondateur de la dynastie Tulunid qui a contrôle l'Égypte et la Syrie entre 868 et 905. il est née esclave avant de devenir militaire et de prendre le contrôle. ouverture de 9h à 16h / gratuit"


"If you’re a sucker for good light like I am, do yourself a favor and visit around 9-9:45. Keep in mind that this is a Muslim mosque so dress appropriately or else you will have an issue. I was wearing a long sleeve button-up dress that went past my knees but because it had a slit on the side, the female staff kept a close eye on me. Also if you are planning to visit as a couple it’s important to note that there is NO TOUCHING in the mosque. Yes, that means no holding hands."


"Vu au Louvres - Arts de l’islam "


"UNESCO World Heritage The Arabs invaded Egypt in 639 and established a military base at Cairo in 642, outside the old Roman fortress and the existing settlement. Immigrants soon started to arrive from Arabia, and Cairo grew into a thriving town. Egypt was administered from here by governors, who were appointed by the Umayyad caliphs of Damascus. In 750 the Abbasids took over the caliphate and moved their capital to Baghdad. In 868 a thirty-three-year-old Turkish general from Baghdad, Ahmad In Tulun, was appointed governor of Egypt. He soon established himself as the independent ruler of Egypt and built himself a luxurious palace in Cairo. It was equipped with a pool of quicksilver where, according to legend, in Tulun floated on cushions pulled to and fro by slave girls. He also built a mosque big enough for his entire army. Today, the mosque is all that is left of his grand capital and it is still the largest mosque in Cairo. It has a central courtyard covering more than 4 acres (2 ha) and is surrounded by massive double walls. Its wooden minbar or pulpit was added in 1296 by Sultan Lagin, who restored the mosque in gratitude after hiding there from enemies. He also rebuilt the minaret, which had been created with an unusual spiral stairway on the outside. An enjoyable story attributes the original design of this staircase to In Tulun. According to legend, In Tulun was idly winding a piece of paper around his finger at a meeting, instead of paying attention to the problems being debated. When asked what he was doing, he hastily replied that he was designing his mosque. Although the mosque remained in use for several hundred years after In Tulun's death (in 884), by the nineteenth century it was being used as a military hospital, then as a prison. Restoration work began in 1918 and again in 2004."


"Bricks and stucco, traditional style. 879."


"Horaire: lundi au samedi 8h-16h. Durée: 1-2h"


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