Enjoy the beautiful Islamic architecture by seeing the main interface of Al-Ghouri Complex.
The main interface:
The northwestern interface is the main one built from lobe stone. This interface is divided into 4 longitudinal sectors leading to groups of windows taking the shape of plant trilobites.
Firstly, apse crowned by two rows of stalactites contain windows for lighting and ventilation for the vacuum of mausoleum dome.
Secondly, entrance represents the main interface.
Thirdly, apse crowned by two of stalactites contain windows for lighting and ventilation for the chapel.
Fourthly, prominent architectural bloc represents the three-way windows and Koranic schools.
The utmost western end of the main interface there is apse divided into two parts; the high part and the low one. The high one comprises of two lanterns covered from outside with wire windows and from inside with stained glass windows. The lower part is divided into three windows with two shutter for each window.
It is located in the northeast of the group of complex. It was overlooking the Balteya lane before the existence of Elazhar Street. This interface is divided into two parts; 1st part includes the path and the Koranic school which have their own entrances. 2nd part includes the house extended with the whole group and it has two entrances.