Gaze up at the striking array of domes and minarets that make Mohamed Ali Mosque an imposing and ornate place of worship. Constructed on orders of Mohamed Ali Pasha between 1830 and 1848, the mosque stands atop a hill and features a 52 m (170 ft) high central dome and twin minarets visible from many points around the capital. Head inside the landmark building to admire its ornately decorated cupola and minbar (pulpit), and visit the tomb of Mohamed Ali Pasha. Use our Cairo holiday planner to arrange your visit to Mohamed Ali Mosque and other attractions in Cairo.