The "Egyptian Days" series, which is a historical periodical series, published a monumental issue titled "Tahrir Square in the Memory of History", and dedicated it to the late Ahmed Abdullah Rozza, one of the leaders of the students' movement in 1972.
As is well known, Tahrir square played a prominent role in the January 25th revolution. Amr Ibrahim wrote about the square's story, including all of the buildings and surrounding areas.
Ahmed Kamal wrote about the square, narrating since the events of September 1882, after the defeat of the Orabi revolution, and the consecutive student uprisings during the 30's and 40's, until the January 2011 revolution.
Ayam Masria (Egyptian Days), 66 p.p. 2011.