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Al-Andalus Garden, artistic vision of Arab culture, Egyptian civilization

CAIRO: Al-Andalus Garden of Giza Governorate was established back in 1935 during the reign of King Fuad I. The Garden, sprawling across the Nile’s riverbank, is modeled after Andalusian architecture.

The garden celebrates both Arab culture and the ancient Egyptian civilization as it is split into sections the southern named “Arabian Paradise” inspired by Arab architecture in southern Spain, whereas the northern part, “The Pharaonic Gardens” is derived from the Egyptian civilization. – KUNA

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