After visiting Muhammed Ali Mosque, we headed down to Sultan Hassan and Al Rifaie Mosques
The one the left side was built by Sultan Hassan Bin Qalawun, who was a Turkish Sultan that reigned in Egypt during the 14th C.
Its a HUGE mosque with huge huge doors and beautiful architecture… very devoted congregation
We walked around and into the courtyard
The mosque have schools for the four juristic branches of Sunni Islam that I combined the doors of which in one picture below
Its a beautiful beautiful mosque
One of the congregation even performed a prayer for us with some tourists and it was so beautiful and so touching
And off we go to Al Rifaie Mosque
You cant help but admire the architecture and attention to details… It was my second visit to the mosques and I wouldn’t mind a third trip there!
There were so many shrines inside the mosque
Al Aref Bellah Sidi Ali Abu Shubbak Al Rifaie
Loved the chandelier
The tomb of the last emperor of Iran, Reza Shah Pahlevi
Hello officer 😉
And the tomb of King Farouq
The high ceilings, the interiors, the ambiance, the soaring spaces is oh-so-breathtaking!