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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt bids farewell to renowned actor Nour El-Sherif


Nour El-Sherif 's funeral
Coffin at funeral prayers (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Ezzat El Alayli
Actor Ezzat El-Alayli (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Ragaa El Gedawy
Actress Ragaa El-Gedawy (L) and singer Gadaa Ragab (B) (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Farouk El Feshawy
Actor Farouk El-Feshawy (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Nour El-Sherif 's funeral
File PHOTO : Ayman Hafez
Wafaa Amer
Actress Wafaa Amer (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Yehia El Fakharani and Wael Nour
Actors Yehia El-Fakharani (C) and Wael Nour (L) (photo: Ayman Hafez)
Nour El-Sherif 's funeral
Funeral prayers at Masjid Al-Shorta (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Nour El-Sherif 's funeral
Coffin leaves mosque heading to cemetary (Photo: Ayman Hafez)
Nour El-Sherif's wife and actress Bosy
Nour El-Sherif's wife and actress Bosy
Aug
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Nour El-Sherif, who passed away on Tuesday, was laid to rest along his kin

Hundreds said last goodbyes to iconic Egyptian film and television actor Nour El-Sherif  on Wednesday morning at Masjid Al-Shorta in the 6th of October city.

The late actor died on Tuesday at the age of 70 after a long struggle with illness.

He was laid to rest in a family grave at Al Wahat road, south of Cairo.

El-Sherif, who was born on 28 April 1946, starred in tens of films and TV shows over the course of more than four decades, earning numerous awards. 

Read more bout Nour El Sherif's career here.

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