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A Palestinian man walks past a wooden sculpture of the Pyramids of Giza
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A Palestinian man walks past a wooden sculpture of the Pyramids of Giza
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A Palestinian man walks past a wooden sculpture of the Pyramids of Giza
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A picture shows a general view of a technical site in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah, near the border with Egypt, where Palestinian artists have places sculptures resembling Egypt's landmark sites.
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A Palestinian man walks past a wooden sculpture of Cairo's landmark Radio and Television building
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A Palestinian youth visits a technical site in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah, near the border with Egypt
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Palestinian men walk past mural drawings of Pharaonic figures and Egypt's national flag
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A Palestinian man walks past a wooden sculpture of The Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Gaza
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Palestinian men stand outside the Um Kalthoum Cafe, named after the legendary Egyptian singer who died in 1975
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A Palestinian man sits at the Um Kalthoum Cafe, named after the legendary Egyptian singer who died in 1975
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A Palestinian man holds an old record player at the Um Kalthoum Cafe, named after the legendary Egyptian singer who died in 1975
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Two Palestinian artists recreate Egyptian landmarks and memories of famed artists in Gaza

Young Palestinian artists Nidal Al-Jarami and Wissam Makkawi recreated Egypt's landmark sites through murals and sculptures, including the Pyramids of Giza and a famous Umm Kulthum Cafe, named after the late Egyptian diva who died in 1975

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