Cairo is The capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, the name means “the victorious city”. It is located on both banks of the River Nile near the head of the river’s delta in northern Egypt and has been settled for more than 6000 years, serving as the capital of numerous Egyptian civilizations. Cairo is known locally as “Misr”, the Arabic name for Egypt, because of its centrality in Egyptian life.
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There are three main Pyramids here, which were built in the 4th Dynasty (circa 4650 B.C). The Pyramids of Ancient Egypt were built as tombs for Kings (and Queens), and it was the exclusive privilege to have a Pyramid tomb. However, this tradition only applied in the Old and Middle Kingdoms. Today there are more than 115 Pyramids in Egypt; the most famous ones are those at Giza.
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Khan el-Khalili is a renown bazaar and Souq in the historic center of Cairo city, Egypt. Khan el-Khalili was established to serve as a center of trade in the Mamluk era and named for one of its several historic caravanserais, the bazaar district has since become one of Cairo's main attractions for tourists and Egyptians alike.
Old Cairo is a historic area in Cairo, Egypt, this area includes the site of a Roman-era citadel and several settlements from the Islamic-era pre-dating the founding of modern Cairo in AD 969. It is also considered part of what is referred to as "Historic Cairo" or "Islamic Cairo". Old Cairo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.