The Remains of El Fustat City can be seen in the eastern Nile bank. The Fustat City had been established by Muslims to be the capital of Islamic Egypt. They provided the city with all the water supply and sanitation services that made it excel many other city in that time. The city was also distinguished by its glassware and ceramics and the magnificent style of decoration but its only flaw is the lack of strong frots to protect it from the exterior attacks. In 1168, during the war of Crusaders , the city had been totally burnt, and none of its marvelous buildings survived. In spit of the absence of any monument, there are some remains of the domestic architecture that had been used in the old city. Many attempts for reestablishing the city have been made, but unfortunately it could not regain its old glamorous style. Now there are only few blocks and bases of mudbrick houses scattererd in vasst mound.