Egyptians survey charred mosque at center of protests

Residents walk through debris and rubble inside the burned Rabaah al-Adawiya Mosque on Aug. 15 in Cairo. Khaled Desouki / AFP - Getty Images
The Rabaah al-Adawiya Mosque was the center of the largest protest camp of supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Cleared by security forces on Wednesday, embers and debris were all that remained on Thursday as Egyptians inspected the damage.

Violent clashes left at least 525 dead Wednesday after security forces - backed by bulldozers - cleared two Cairo sit-in camps protesting the military's removal of the country's democratically elected leader. Read full story

An Egyptian man stands near a burning fire as he takes a picture of the damage at Rabaah al-Adawiya Mosque. Mahmoud Khaled / AFP - Getty Images
Egyptians inspect the inside of the burned Rabaah al-Adawiya Mosque. Khalil Hamra / AP
Egyptian children carry computer equipment from the burned remains of the mosque. Ahmed Gomaa / AP
A poster of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi that reads "No to the coup Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters
Egyptians tour the inside of the charred mosque. Khalil Hamra / AP