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Saturday, 29 April 2017
Sham el Nessim is Egypt's oldest festival
Many Egyptian workers are still striving for basic rights, including the right to a living wage
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We celebrate the late poet Salah Jaheen in the first of our ‘Egypt's photographic memory’ series
In our second story in the 'Egypt a 100 years ago' series, we showcase an architectural gem: the Temple of Dendara
A collection of postcards by Egyptologist George Darresy constitutes a time capsule of Egypt at the beginning of the 20th century
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Ahram Online remembers the first Cairo International Film Festival held in 1976
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Egypt has a rich railway history, as the first in Africa and the Middle East and the second in the world
Ahram Online talks to some of Egypt's original and authentic hajj graffiti artists about past traditions and changing times
As the heat wave comes to an end, Ahram Online tours Cairo's most special local Cafes
Known as cities of resistance, the canal cities of Port Said, Ismailia and Suez, also have beaches, but they have never been a real summer destination for vacationers
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Ahram Online remembers the opening of the Suez Canal on 17 November 1869
Lanterns, Sohour drummers, kids on the streets and endless nights. Ahram Online looks into the archive of the Holy Month.
In memory of the Sednaoui family, Ahram Online reminisces about the popularity of their department store and what it represented in the cosmopolitan Egypt of a bygone era
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Ahram Online shares photographs of Cairo’s most beautiful parks on the occasion of Sham El-Nessim
Ahram Online takes a look back at Minya's twentieth-century golden age
Before the flood of red hearts and teddy bears, Egypt celebrated love with photographs of couples
Fayoum: A pre-historic protectorate, a whole artistic village and a hotel that starred as the main destination to most Classic Egyptian Films, need we say more?
In Egypt, we keep the faith in ancient houses of God
By Luxor, we do not mean the ancient monuments. We mean the long corniche where almost every Egyptian school trip strolls and chants with passion ‘Luxor baladna!’
Ahram Online shares some Coptic Christmas memories from the sixties
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