Ramses Wissa Wassef Art Centre, Giza

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  • The place is an oasis of serenity and beauty, away from the bustle of Cairo. The tapestries are breathtakingly beautiful, and I really felt that I needed a chair to sit in front of them to admire... 
    The place is an oasis of serenity and beauty, away from the bustle of Cairo. The tapestries are breathtakingly beautiful, and I really felt that I needed a chair to sit in front of them to admire...  more »
  • This is a real inspiring place with such inspiring personnel. You feel the calmness and love around the place. The artists are amazingly skilled and the village like buildings are calming. Thanks... 
    This is a real inspiring place with such inspiring personnel. You feel the calmness and love around the place. The artists are amazingly skilled and the village like buildings are calming. Thanks...  more »
  • Amazing tapestries and story behind the museum. Guide was super helpful and welcoming, told us a passionate story of heritage, roots and Ramses's love for education and nurturing new generations of... 
    Amazing tapestries and story behind the museum. Guide was super helpful and welcoming, told us a passionate story of heritage, roots and Ramses's love for education and nurturing new generations of...  more »
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  • An activity to help local artist human and a successful business model
  • This place gives you a hint about what concepts were embraced by Ramsis Wissa Wassef and Hassan Fathy in reflecting life in Egypt.. They were friends.. Wassef was an artist and Fathy was an architect .. they both had an interest in representing Egypt's culture as it should be.. taking into consideration the climate, the traditions, the local materials.. everything that belongs to the culture and not imported from outside.. You can see the beautiful rhythm given by domes and the game of shadow and light played inside the halls.. and in every area there's a sculpture showing a scene from a villager's life .. There's also a hall for handmade carpets and you can see locals working on it.. It was a nice experience .. the whole surrounding area was supposed to be like this centre but unfortunately the locals knocked down the small domed dwellings and built some ugly concrete high rises.. I was informed that Wassef's family are the ones taking care of the centre..they did a good job in that but who knows how long this place is going to hold on...
  • It's an oasis in the heart of the concrete city of Cairo, it's a very beautiful place to experience a different kind of architecture. If you are interested in Vernacular Mud Architecture, it's a place you must visit and if you are interested in tapestry & sculpture, it's your ideal place to visit. People are very friendly & kind. You'll enjoy your day there.
  • Great place amazing art work all hand made and created without templates also available to buy some art work
  • Very original tapissery hand made museum

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