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PHOTO GALLERY: Life on the Suez Canal 45 years after the 1973 war


Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Ismailia: The city, the canal and its people
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
A church in Ismailia
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Port Said, the Suez Canal crossing to Port Fouad on the eastern side of the water stream
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Port Said, the Suez Canal crossing to Port Fouad on the eastern side of the water stream
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Port Said, the Suez Canal crossing to Port Fouad on the eastern side of the water stream
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
The Mediterranean, Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
The Mediterranean, Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
A Port-Saidian fishing in the Suez Canal at Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
The Mediterranean , Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
The Mediterranean, Port Said
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
buildings and people from downtown Port Said; reminders of the architectural grace of the jewel of the Suez Canal cities
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
One of the few remaining original wooden homes of Port Said.
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Downtown Port Said is famed for its building's historical architecture
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
The people of Ismailia
Photo: Sherif Sonbol
Ismailia; a city by the Suez Canal
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On the 45th anniversary of the October war, photographer Sherif Sonbol captures the rich daily life and the tranquil landscape of Ismailia, Suez and Port Said

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