Al-Muizz li-Din Allah Al-Fatimi Street, the Great Street, the Kasbah of Cairo, or the Kasbah of Greater Cairo is a street that represents the heart of the old city of Cairo, which was developed to be an open museum of Islamic architecture and antiquities. With the establishment of the city of Cairo during the era of the Fatimid state in Egypt, Al-Moez Street arose, and the city’s layout was pierced by a main street extending from Bab Zuweila in the south to Bab Al-Futuh in the north parallel to the Gulf. and spiritual of the city. With the transformation that Cairo experienced at the beginning of the seventh century AH / thirteenth century AD during the era of the Mamluk state, with the start of the Tartar attack on the East and Iraq, many people from the East fled to Egypt. Religious, educational, medical, commercial and residential, so that the bulk of the Islamic antiquities of Egypt became a center within the borders of Mamluk Cairo, and economic activities gathered in this era around the Great Street and along it outside Bab Zuweila towards the Crucifixion and the Citadel, and the Kasbah of Cairo extended outside its Fatimid walls from the beginning of the Husseiniya to the north outside the Gate of Al-Futuh and even Al-Mashhad Al-Nafisi to the south outside Bab Zuweila.