You Can Now Get Married at the Oldest Ottoman Site in Cairo
Have your wedding against the backdrop of three iconic mosques in Cairo.
The Supreme Council of Antiquities has released updated fees for Qur'an contracts at three significant sites: Suleiman Pasha Al-Khadim Mosque (known as Sarayat el-Gabal Mosque) in Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi Citadel, and the Prince Muhammad Ali Mosque within Prince Muhammad Ali’s Palace in Manial.
The fees set for Qur'an contracts are EGP 10,000, with attendance capped at a maximum of 200 people or fewer. The Council opted to gather an insurance amount, equal to 25% of the overall fees, to be refunded post-event in the absence of damages.
Additionally, a sum of EGP 1,000 will be charged for utilities (electricity and water).
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