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PHOTO GALLERY: Remembering Mohamed Mahmoud revolutionary graffiti


Mohamed Mahmoud Street political mural before it was white-washed by authorities (Photo: Ewan Camero
Political prisoner 'Sambo' painted before arrest on June 28 (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Ultras martyrs from February's Port Said massacre (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
A scene from ancient Egyptian mythology (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Ancient Egyptian women on Mohamed Mahmoud wall (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Port Said martyrs including 14-year-old Anas (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Scenes from ancient Egypt (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Egyptian security forces depicted on the wall (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Revolutionary martyr Sheikh Emad Effat killed December 2011 (Photo: Ewan Cameron)
Sep
19

Iconic murals that lined Cairo's flash point street, depicting key political scenes since the start of 2011 uprising, were erased by authorities Tuesday

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Ray Gibbs
24-09-2012 02:56am
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Art
at its best (conceived, born, expressed in Freedom) does not Forsake.
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Mona
22-09-2012 02:22am
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Amazing
I never saw it before..they destroyed a open air Museum them ignorants.
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