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E£5 Egyptian Bluish-green with the Mosque of Ibn Tulun
E£5 Egyptian Bluish-green with the Mosque of Ibn Tulun

The Mosque of Ibn Tulun (Arabic: مسجد إبن طولون‎, romanized: Masjid Ibn Ṭūlūn) is located in Cairo, Egypt. It is the oldest mosque in Egypt and Africa surviving in its full original form, and is the largest mosque in Cairo in terms of land area. Since Ibn Tulun Mosque has lots of open space, it brings in a lot of sun and shadows. It is built around an open square courtyard which allows natural light to travel through. Ibn Tulun Mosque features Samarra style- its decorations being created from carved stucco and wood.[2]This mosque is a popular tourist attraction.

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E£5 Egyptian with A Pharaonic engraving of Hapi (god of the annual flooding of the Nile) offering bounties.
E£5 Egyptian with A Pharaonic engraving of Hapi (god of the annual flooding of the Nile) offering bounties.

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