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Wednesday, 13 December 2017
A new city walk through Cairo's Gamaliya district takes culture enthusiasts to the Samaakhana, where followers of Rumi's Sufi sect once performed their hypnotic dances
The festival, which took place from 20 to 25 August, featured troupes from 23 countries
The annual festival Mein Fat Adimo Tah (He who Forsakes his Past is Lost) runs from 18 to 24 August at the Beit El-Sennary complex in Sayeda Zeinab
As Egypt celebrates 150 years of Khedival Cairo, Ahram Online joins an antiquities ministry tour of downtown's historical treasures
While relatively new at only three months old, Zahiid Project delves deeply into a rich Sufi realm
On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, a new photography exhibition in Switzerland showcases faces from Palestine's history
The musical band was founded by Nour Nageh, a Sufi devotee who wanted to share Sufi religious music with a wider audience
In the first episode in a Ramadan series on Inspiring Women of Egypt and the Arab World, Ahram Online attended a unique exhibition reviewing 21 important women
Tension over land claims in Tunis Village, in Fayoum, have led local potters to shut down operations in solidarity with villagers
“I’ve spent 60 years making people laugh” says Saber El-Masry, sheikh of Aragouz Players, speaking on his latest award from the UAE's Al-Sharka’ Heritage Institute
Sham El-Nessim has been celebrated by Egyptians since ancient times, regardless of religious background or social status. Ahram Online republishes this short history of the holiday
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Egypt's first independent theatre troupe turned 30 this week
Away from its grand statues, the Egyptian Museum holds a fascinating collection of children's toys
Egypt's heritage is a field of rich folk culture, made possible by the life-sustaining Nile
The 1940s masterpiece will be performed at Falaki Theatre on Sunday
This weekend marks a unique celebration of the country's folk heritage and the women who keep it alive
While Egypt yet strives for women's right to proper education, let alone higher education, Ahram Online celebrates the woman behind the founding of Cairo University
Wamda has been putting on weekly performances of shadow puppets and Egyptian aragouz puppets for over a decade, enthralling a new generation
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