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SNEAKERS LIKE JEANS HAVE CONQUERED THE WORLD —— BUT NOT THE MOSQUES. THEY HAVE TO BE LEFT OUTSIDE LIKE ANY FOOTWEAR DID BEFORE THEM. ….AND THESE SNEAKERS ARE WAITING FOR THEIR OWNERS IN FRONT OF THE SULTAN HASSAN’S MOSQUE IN CAIRO. ELECTRIC … Continue reading
Jeans and Headscarves in Sultan Hasan Mosque at 11 am Brigitte
Majestically and powerful the Nile winds its way through Cairo, embracing two islands, Zamalek (Gezira) and Rode, and like a ribbon it ties together the beauty and mysteries of the city. Cairo, also called “City of a Thousand Minarets, was founded in 969 … Continue reading