On the road to the airport and Philae Island, and in front of the Nubian Museum, the tourist can see the Fatimid cemetery, which dates back to the 9th and 10th centuries, with tens of mud-domes of saints of this era. After the end of the Fatimid Khalifate by Saladin, the Shiite followers of this dynasty escaped to the south of Egypt after many revolts against the Ayyubid, and thus there was a large presence of them in the city. The Cemetery is already in use.