Activists in Egypt's two largest cities call for Wednesday protests aimed at saving local historical landmarks from destruction
Amid the criss-cross of streets and endless crowds in Abbasiya Square, which was the site of recent deadly attacks on protesters, lie architectural gems that witnessed the rise and fall of a district and its societies
Once a cosmopolitan Egyptian neighbourhood beholding architectural gems, a walk in Heliopolis is still inspirational
On the fourth night of Samaa International Sufi Festival, members of the Pakistani Rafi Peer band create musical magic for an eager crowd
Have you ever spent any time reading El-Maqrizi, Ibn Iyas or Ibn Taghri Birdi, completely losing your bearing in the Cairo of the tenth or thirteenth centuries?
Half of Cairo's charm is in it's past, which the Downtown Memory project manages to preserve
The city has a way of accommodating the past without deferring to it; scratch beneath the layers added by time and another age is there to be discovered
Memoirs read by survivors of an Israeli operation against the Gaza Strip that killed 1,380 Palestinians will be read at The Gaza Monologues on 15 May