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Al-Tathawoq Cultural Palace of Sidi Gaber Celebrates January 25 Revolution anniversary

Al-Tathawoq Cultural Palace of Sidi Gaber celebrates the first anniversary of the January 25 Revolution throughout the month of January

Ahram Online, Monday 2 Jan 2012
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Marking its first anniversary, Al-Tathawoq Cultural Palace (Palace of Taste) of Sidi Gaber in Alexandria is to celebrate the January 25 Revolution featuring a number of cultural assemblies, under the auspicies of the Cultural Palaces throughout the month of January. 

The celebration begins Wednesday 4 January at the palace with a forum hosting poet Jaber Bassiouny entitled, "A New Year and the first anniversary of the January 25 Revolution".

This will be followed by a forum on Sunday 8 January with researcher Ashraf Khairy to discuss the international threats on Egypt after the revolution at Dr. Mahmoud Al-Shall Salon at the Palace.

On Wednesday 11 January, the Cultural Salon Theatre at the Palace will hold a lecture by Gamal Yaccout entitled "Innovation after the January 25 Revolution" to be followed by an open art gallery of the works of artist Mohamed El-Gohary. 

All lectures, assemblies, and galleries will be open to the public at 7:00pm on the above-mentioned dates.

Al-Tathawoq Palace of Sidi Gaber, 9 Port-Said Street, Alexandria

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