The Sabil of El-Nasir Muhammad Ibn Qalawun lies in El Muiz Le Din Allah Street next to his mosque and mausoleum. It was established by El-Nasir Mohammed who was the successor of his father Sultan Qalawun and and who was interested in the construction of great building and most of it still exists. He ascended the throen in the period from 1293 to 1341, and is described by many historians as a courageous but cruel, and deceitful man. The charitable noblemen of that time were used to build the Sabil or cold water fountain to provide water to the thirsty passersby. The Sabil is one of the rare buildings in Cairo that are decorated with faience mosaic as it is used for ornamenting the Cupola.