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This 1000 year old Temple was once one of the many Coptic churches in this area. It became famous because of the wealth of medieval documents, many in Ladino rendered in Arabic lettering, that were stored (instead of discarded) in a square shaft. Donors have...More
I visited this Synagogue during my visit to Coptic Cairo. According to local legend, this was the site where the baby Moses was found. There is no charge to enter the Synagogue but donations are accepted. Photographs are not allowed inside. My visit lasted about...More