Outline of Cairo

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Cairo:

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Cairo

General referenceEdit

Geography of CairoEdit

Geography of Cairo

  • Cairo is:
  • Population of Cairo: 9,153,135
  • Area of Cairo: 606 km2 (234 sq mi)
Cairo

القاهرة
 
 
Cairo
Location within Egypt
Coordinates: 30°2′40″N 31°14′9″E / 30.04444°N 31.23583°E / 30.04444; 31.23583

Location of CairoEdit

Environment of CairoEdit

 
The Nile in Cairo. View of Gezira island
 
Salah Salem, a main street in Heliopolis

Natural geographic features of CairoEdit

Areas of CairoEdit

Districts of CairoEdit

Neighbourhoods in CairoEdit

Locations in CairoEdit

Ancient monuments in CairoEdit

Bridges in CairoEdit

Cultural and exhibition centres in CairoEdit

Forts in CairoEdit

Fountains in CairoEdit

Gates in CairoEdit

Gates of Cairo

Monuments and memorials in CairoEdit

Museums and art galleries in CairoEdit

 
Interior of Egyptian Museum

Museums in Cairo

Palaces and villas in CairoEdit

 
Interior of Al-Manyal Palace

Parks and gardens in CairoEdit

 
Tahrir Square in the early morning

Public squares in CairoEdit

Religious buildings in CairoEdit

 
Mosques in Cairo

Mosques in Cairo

Secular buildings in CairoEdit

Streets in CairoEdit

Theatres in CairoEdit

Towers in CairoEdit

Demographics of CairoEdit

Demographics of Cairo

Government and politics of CairoEdit

Politics of Cairo

Law and order in CairoEdit

History of CairoEdit

 
Saladin rex Aegypti, from a 15th-century manuscript
 
Muhammad Ali Pasha, founder of modern Egypt

History of Cairo

History of Cairo, by period or eventEdit

Timeline of Cairo

History of Cairo, by subjectEdit

Culture of CairoEdit

 
Modern architecture of Cairo
 
Cairo Opera House, a landmark in the cultural landscape of Egypt and the Middle East
 
On the Way between Old and New Cairo, Citadel Mosque of Mohammed Ali, and Tombs of the Mamelukes (1872) by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Brooklyn Museum
 
Mahmoud Mokhtar's Egypt's Renaissance (1919–1928), Cairo University Gate
 
Mosque of Ibn Tulun, the oldest mosque in Cairo

Culture of Cairo

Arts in CairoEdit

Architecture of CairoEdit

Cinema of CairoEdit

Music and dance of CairoEdit

Visual arts of CairoEdit

  • Public art in Cairo
    • Egypt's Renaissance

Cuisine of Cairo

Events in Cairo

Languages of Cairo

Media in Cairo

People of Cairo

Religion in CairoEdit

Religion in Cairo

Sports in CairoEdit

 
Al Ahly team in 2011

Sports in Cairo

Economy and infrastructure of CairoEdit

 
A major souk in the historic center of Islamic Cairo, Khan el-Khalili
 
Giza pyramid complex, a most popular tourist attraction

Economy of Cairo

Transportation in CairoEdit

 
Cairo International Airport, the busiest airport in Egypt

Transport in Cairo

Rail transport in CairoEdit

 
The Cairo Metro, the first of only two full-fledged metro systems in Africa

Rail transport in Cairo

Education in CairoEdit

 
Main building of the Cairo University

Education in Cairo

Healthcare in CairoEdit

Healthcare in Cairo

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cairo". Collins Dictionary. n.d. Retrieved 18 September 2018.

External linksEdit

  Wikimedia Atlas of Cairo