The city of Cairo is the capital and largest city of the Egyptian Republic, with an area of about 1492 km²,
Cairo is also the largest city in the African continent, and Cairo is located on the banks of the Nile River in northern Egypt, and the city is divided into two parts, the first located in the west of Cairo, and is characterized by large neighborhoods, luxurious and organized buildings, while the old eastern section has narrow streets and random buildings.
The Population of the City of Cairo
The modern population statistics for the year 2015 issued by the Egyptian Central Bureau of Statistics stated that the population of the city of Cairo approached the threshold of ten million people by 9,500,000 people, while the total population of the Greater Cairo Governorate reached about 22,500,000 people, thus the Cairo governorate occupies the first place, among Egyptian governorates in terms of population density.
This is a group of the most prominent landmarks of Cairo
- Egyptian Museum
- Pharaonic Village
- Salah al-den al-ayobi’s castl
- Khan al khalili
- Opera House
- Abdeen Palace
- Giza Pyramids
- Al-Azhar Mosque