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Al-Azhar University (pronounced "AZ-har", Arabic: الأزهر الشريف;"the Noble Azhar") in Egypt, founded in 975, is the chief centre of Arabic literature and Sunni Islamic learning in the world and the world's second oldest surviving degree granting university. It is associated with Al-Azhar mosque in Islamic Cairo.
Al Azhar University in Cairo
Al-Azhar Mosque and Al Azhar University,
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