In the middle of Egypt , you will find Liberation Square or Midan El-Tahreer as all the people use to say
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Its located in the famous Tahrir Square just outside the Egyptian Museum. This place a very old historical importance. Many large public gatherings in Cairo are conducted here .
Tahrir Square: Once known as “Midan(Square) Ismailiya” until 1952 revolution, this historic square is an integral part of Cairo for centuries. It acts as a gateway to the city centre & to the western expansion of Cairo across the Nile. The square is surrounded by...More
A famous focal point for the city (and its recent uprisings/ revolutions). Today it's peaceful and laid out to roads and gardens. Nearby is a large police building which looks over the square, and you don't have to look too hard to spot the ongoing...More
This square is the heart of Cairo city from this place you can see diversity of Egyptian people also in the square many building you will like special Tahrer complex
This is simply a square, Traffic very dangerous and fast. Traffic Lights. Very noisy and busy area, Egyptian Museum Near By.
Tahrir Square is a big big square located in the heart of Downtown Cairo. It's crowded, it's hard to cross the street but it's in front of Egyptian Museum so there is no way to avoid it!. Take your time and walk! It worths every...More
Nothing fancy just a square even though its the largest in Cairo, you are most likely to find yourself passing by to get to lots of places like the Egyptian museum, or the downtown area. For a more local experience you can walk around and...More
Tahreer is the place where modern Egyptian history has taken place. It is worth seeing ... if not too crowded or jammed by cars during daylight. Better come in the evening.
As many of us are keenly aware, Tahrir Square is where the 2011 revolution broke out and led to a new political landscape in Egypt. Just next to the Nile, it is located, very accessible by all means of transportation including the Metro. Huge space,...More