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Al Muizz L-Din Allah Street

Al-Moez Street, named after the Fatimid caliph who invaded Cairo in 969 AD, was the main street in Cairo, which was once filled with stories, artists, and food stalls. The portion of Al-Moez Street north of Khan Al-Khalili neighborhood is known as Bain Al-Kasserine, and is a reminder of the great complexes of palaces that were surrounded by the street during the Fatimid era. Today's Mamluk complexes offer one of Cairo's most impressive collections of minarets, domes, and stripped stone façades.