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Al-Muizz, Cairo Overview

Al-Muizz is one of the oldest streets in Cairo, connecting the southern gate of Bab-Zuweil with the northern gate of Bab-en-Nasr and Bab-al-Futuh. The street is 30 minutes from Downtown Cairo and is considered a centre of Islamic architectural treasures from medieval times. Traversing the street, numerous mosques can be seen along with the goldsmiths bazaar, the markets for bowls, pots and ornaments, and the coppersmiths' bazaar.

The coppersmith bazaar, popularly known as Al-Nahaseen, is a part of the street that served as a large parade ground between caliphal palaces. The first novel in the Cairo Trilogy by Naguib Mahfouz was named after this street and translates as "Palace Walk".

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