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  • Jul 18 2016

    Supreme Council of Antiquities Lowers Cinematography Fees

    Cairo

    The Supreme Council of Antiquities has decided to cut fees on filming for screen or television in archaeological sites by 50%.

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  • Jul 13 2016

    History-making solar-powered plane arrives to Cairo from Seville

    Cairo

    Under the auspices of the Egyptian Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Aviation, a press conference was held this morning to welcome Solar Impulse 2, the solar powered plane which has taken off from Seville on the penultimate leg of a round-the-world trip and reached Cairo.

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  • Jul 11 2016

    15 Major Chinese Companies Meet With Egypt before G20 Summit

    Cairo

    Dalia Khorshid, the Minister of Investment, will lead a delegation to China on Sunday in Beijing, on July 11th and 12th.

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  • Jul 11 2016

    Egyptian Graffiti Artists Launch ‘Gedary’ Initiative in Damietta

    Cairo

    A group of young graffiti artists from all over Egypt gathered in Damietta to launch an initiative dubbed ‘My Wall.’

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  • Jul 09 2016

    Khan El-Khalili

    Cairo

    Originally intended to be the site of a mausoleum as part of a Fatimid complex, this bazaar is located in the middle of Cairo’s most important zones of economic activity.

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  • Jul 08 2016

    Al-Azhar Park

    Cairo

    Known as one of the world’s sixty great public spaces by the PPS, Al-Azhar Park was a gift to Cairo from the Fatimids. The park is Cairo’s first and only park of this scale, at 30 hectares.

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  • Jul 05 2016

    Moez Street, Cairo

    Cairo

    Recognized as one of the oldest streets in Cairo, Moez Street is considered to comprise the most prevalent concentration of ancient architectural wonders in the Islamic world.

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  • Jul 03 2016

    Sequoia in Zamalek

    Cairo

    The diverse Nile-view restaurant Sequoia introduces an exquisite dining experience, with a very unique ambiance and simplistic elegance.

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  • Jun 19 2016

    Tombs of Nefertari and Seti I to Reopen

    Luxor

    Egyptian antiquities officials have decided to re-open the tombs of Queen Nefertari and King Seti I, both of which have been closed for several years, ahramonline reports.

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  • Jun 16 2016

    Egypt Using Ancient History to Search for Gold

    Cairo

    Ancient gold mines that are thousands of years old have been abandoned under the sand not far from the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

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