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PHOTO GALLERY: Red brick buildings around Cairo's Ring Road


Red brick and colorful houses
Colored and red brick houses (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Red brick house
Woman looks over red brick house near Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Red brick and colorful houses
Colored and red brick houses (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Red brick and colorful houses
Red brick and colorful houses (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Colored houses and others red bricks
Colorful striped buildings near Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Colored houses
Colorful buildings near Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Colored houses
Colorful buildings near Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road
Buildings around Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Red bricks houses around the Cairo Ring Road
Red bricks houses around Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
Red bricks houses around Cairo's Ring Road
Red bricks houses around Cairo's Ring Road (photo: Mai Shaheen)
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The Ring Road is the most important freeway in Cairo and most of the surrounding buildings are made of brick and feature colorful stripes

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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