Remains of a circular Roman tower at the Babylon Fortress (late 3rd century) in Old Cairo
Zulfikar in Al lailu lana (1949)
Poster for the Egyptian film Yahya el hub (1938).
Excavated ruins of Fustat (2004 photo)
Poster for the Egyptian film Berlanti (1944).
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, built by Ahmad Ibn Tulun in 876–879 AD
A plan of Cairo before 1200 AD, as reconstructed by Stanley Lane-Poole (1906), showing the location of Fatimid structures, Saladin's Citadel, and earlier sites (Fustat not shown)
The Cairo Citadel, seen above in the late 19th century, was begun by Saladin in 1176
Mausoleum-Madrasa-Hospital complex of Sultan Qalawun, built in 1284–1285 in the center of Cairo, over the remains of a Fatimid palace
Funerary complex of Sultan Qaytbay, built in 1470–1474 in the Northern Cemetery (seen in lithograph from 1848)
Map of Cairo in 1809, from the Description de l'Égypte.
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933). On the Way between Old and New Cairo, Citadel Mosque of Mohammed Ali, and Tombs of the Mamelukes, 1872. Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum
Qasr El Nil Bridge
Aerial view 1904 from a balloon where the Egyptian Museum appears to the right side.
A panoramic view of Cairo, 1950s
Everyday life in Cairo, 1950s
A protester holding an Egyptian flag during the protests that started on 25 January 2011.
The river Nile flows through Cairo, here contrasting ancient customs of daily life with the modern city of today.
Aerial view looking south, with the Zamalek and Gezira districts on Gezira Island, surrounded by the Nile
Cairo seen from Spot Satellite
Cairo weather observations by French savants
View of the 6th October Bridge and the Cairo skyline.
Cairo University is the largest university in Egypt, and is located in Giza.
Library building at the new campus of the American University of Cairo in New Cairo
The interior of Ramses Station
The Autostrade in Nasr City
Cairo International Stadium with 75,100 seats
Cairo Opera House, at the National Cultural Center, Zamalek district.
Khedivial Opera House, 1869.
Solomon Schechter studying documents from the Cairo Geniza, c. 1895.
Statue of Talaat Pasha Harb, the father of the modern Egyptian economy, in Downtown Cairo
The NBE towers as viewed from the Nile
View of Tahrir Square (in 2008)
Main entrance of the Egyptian Museum, located at Tahrir Square
Cairo Tower at night
The Hanging Church in Old Cairo
Al-Muizz Street in Islamic Cairo
Al-Azhar Mosque, view of Fatimid-era courtyard and Mamluk minarets
Mosque-Madrasa of Sultan Hassan and the al-Rifa'i Mosque, seen from the Citadel
The Citadel of Cairo, with the Mosque of Muhammad Ali
A medieval gateway in Khan al-Khalili
Smog in Cairo
Traffic in Cairo
View of the Nile and the Cairo skyline.
6th October Bridge in Cairo
Cairo International Stadium with 75,100 seats
View of Tahrir Square (in 2020)
Smog in Cairo
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The cinema of Egypt refers to the flourishing film industry based in Cairo which is known to be the Hollywood of the MENA region.

- Cinema of Egypt

He was a major figure in Egyptian film industry.

- Mahmoud Zulfikar

Today, Cairo has the oldest and largest cinema and music industry in the Arab World, as well as the world's second-oldest institution of higher learning, Al-Azhar University.

- Cairo

Zulfikar died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 56 on 22 May 1970 in Cairo, Egypt.

- Mahmoud Zulfikar

Mahmoud Zulfikar (1914–1970)

- Cinema of Egypt

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Zulficar in 1960

Ezz El-Dine Zulficar

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Egyptian film director, screenwriter, actor and producer known for his distinctive style, which blends romance and action.

Egyptian film director, screenwriter, actor and producer known for his distinctive style, which blends romance and action.

Zulficar in 1960
Ezz El-Dine Zulficar
Zulficar with his wife Kawthar Shafik at their home in Cairo, 1961

Zulficar was one of the most influential filmmakers in the golden age of Egyptian Cinema.

His brother Mohamed who would grow up to be a businessman, Soad, Fekreya, Mahmoud Zulfikar, who would grow up to be a director and actor.

Ezz El-Dine Zulficar died at the age of 43 on July 1, 1963 in Cairo, Egypt.