Ben Ezra Synagogue is one of the Egyptian synagogues. It is located in the Fustat area (the Old Cairo district). It is considered one of the largest and most important, especially with the Egyptian government taking care of it, restoring it, and turning it into a tourist attraction. And given that his library contains valuable Jewish books and periodicals that chronicle the existence of the Jewish community in Egypt.
The temple is the oldest temple in Cairo. And Jewish stories tell that Moses had chosen a place for prayer next to the Nile in what was later known as Fustat.