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PHOTO GALLERY: Mohamed Ali Mosque in Cairo Citadel undergoes conservation work


Mohamed Ali Mosque
This picture taken on May 26, 2021 shows a view of the clocktower of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital. AFP
Mohamed Ali Mosque
Conservation workmen restore the ceiling of the ablution fountain of the courtyard of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital on May 26, 2021. AFP
Mohamed Ali Mosque
This picture taken on May 26, 2021 shows a view of the interior of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital. AFP
Mohamed Ali Mosque
This picture taken on May 26, 2021 shows a view of the Baroque-styled ceiling of the main dome of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital, displaying the names of Islam's first four Caliphs on its corners, chronologically: (counter-clockwise from L) Abu Bakr, Omar, Othman, and Ali. AFP
Mohamed Ali Mosque
This picture taken on May 26, 2021 shows a view of the Baroque-styled ceiling of the main dome of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital, displaying the names of Islam's first four Caliphs on its corners. AFP
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The Baroque-styled ceiling of the main dome of the 19th-century Ottoman mosque of Mohamed Ali at the Cairo Citadel in the Egyptian capital is getting a facelift

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