Al Tabya Mosque

It dates back to the Fatimi age as its equals at El-Shalal "Belals Two Minarets"; this Tabya is considered to be one of the important Islamic monuments and which is registered in virtue of the ministral decree No-10357 of 1915.

Although El-Gawsak was destroyed in the past insofar as it survived no trace, the base bearing the missing conical body remained up till now, as the minaret of tabya is marked by existence of a line of tilesLaid in a manner that is intended to from a written text similar to kofi writing, besides the shared architectural elements between the tabya minaret and Fatimi doms near to Aswan cemetery, which is represented especially by existence of the corner cone at Aswan cemetery.

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