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Mosquée Sultan Kalaoun, la niche sacrée / Bonfils.

Mosquée Sultan Kalaoun, la niche sacrée / Bonfils.

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Mihrab in the Mosque of Sultan Qalāwūn, Cairo, Egypt.
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No. 1096.

Albumen prints of various places and archaeological sites on the Nile River and other parts of Egypt in 1856





Maison Bonfils (Beirut, Lebanon), photographer


Cairo (Egypt)30.05000, 31.25000
Google Map of 30.05, 31.25


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