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Bayt Al-Suhaymi

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Bayt Al-Suhaymi

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Haret Al Darb al Asfar, Cairo 11511 Egypt
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Bab El ShaariaCairo Metro9 min
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Nigel wrote a review Apr 2020
Exeter, United Kingdom231 contributions1,834 helpful votes
Would recommend to anyone who is interested in real life and Islam ☪️ a fantastic house and journey If you come to Egypt 🇪🇬 this is a nice place to chill from the Hustle and bustle of down town Cairo and the boys
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Date of experience: November 2019
9 Helpful votes
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Catherine S wrote a review Nov 2019
Bolton, United Kingdom5,480 contributions176 helpful votes
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Fascinating insight into life in an Islamic family home. We were wandering and admiring the workmanship when one of the workers started to describe the use of the rooms, he took us all round the upper floor and wow with his description everything came to life. My husband who frankly was bored as he’s grown up with these structures just being there and can’t understand my fascination, woke up and really enjoyed the visit when we had more understanding of what we were seeing. It has been renovated but still feels rather neglected, much more could be made of the place to enhance the visit.
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Date of experience: November 2019
3 Helpful votes
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Bishoy Fayez wrote a review Oct 2019
Hurghada, Egypt117 contributions8 helpful votes
I visited it with my friends we saw beit al suhaymi it was good we had lovely pictures there we had a lunch also it was good
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Date of experience: October 2019
1 Helpful vote
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8SAB8 wrote a review Aug 2019
Amman, Jordan882 contributions784 helpful votes
While the house is certainly well maintained and preserved, I was not that impressed with the attraction itself. I mean it is not that highly rated or a must-see, you can finish your "tour" in less than an hour. There are some nice details for sure, but I don't believe it is really a tourist attraction. If you happen to be passing by Khan Al-Khalili as a tourist then sure you can swing by here for some quick photos.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Stephen T wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom16 contributions12 helpful votes
Very beautiful, traditional merchant's house from the 17th/18th century with secluded courtyard. Relatively cool on a hot day. Includes superb examples of 'mashrabiya' - wooden window screens, tiles, stained glass windows. A quiet haven from the busy streets. Even at busy times, it's not very crowded. An interesting contrast to the more spectacular public buildings- mosques, mausoleums etc- nearby.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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