The Monastery of Archangel Gabriel (also known as Deir El Malak Ghubriyal and Deir al-Naqlun) is a Coptic Orthodox monastery near the city of El-Fayoum, in the Western Desert. The actual monastery occupies a small portion of the original complex. Nevertheless, it is one of oldest Coptic monuments in Egypt that dates to the 5th century. Within the enclosure of the monastery, there are remains of a massive tower and a ruined church. The actual church of the Archangel was completely rebuilt in the 19th century. It comprises three sanctuaries: the central one is dedicated to the Archangel, and the other two to Virgin Mary and Saint George. Noticeably, it is divided into four sections: the sanctuary, the choir, the section of parishioners and the narthex. And the four are separated from each other with iconstases. Near the monastery, cut-rock hermitages annexed to the monastery were found.