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Al-Hakim Mosque is a major Islamic religious site in Cairo, Egypt. Which is named after Imam Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, the sixth Fatimid caliph.
The mosque has minarets on either side of the facade.
The mosque was used as a prison for captured Franks during the Crusades, as a stable by Saladin, as a fortress by Napoleon, and as a local school.
Today the mosque is a place of worship. Its unique minarets attraction. Al-Hakim Mosque is now a place for Egyptians to feed pigeons and enjoy the calm and peacefulness of the Mosque.
visiting the Mosque