One of my favorite photographic subjects was the Khayrbak Mosque, built in 1520 CE by the first Ottoman governor of Egypt. Typical of many mosques, it had a dual purpose as a gathering shelter for prayer and as a religious school (madrassa).
Image Date: 1952
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