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Mother’s Day handmade gifts at Zamalek Aquarium Grotto

Among the handmade products that were on show — all created by Egyptian artists and housewives — were paintings, leather wallets and bags, lanterns, jewellery, ceramic pots, multi-purposed crochet works, and table covers

Reham El-Adawi , Thursday 21 Mar 2019
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Handmade lanterns on show at the Mother's Day celebration in Zamalek Fish Garden (Photo by Ayman Barayez)
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At the Zamalek Aquarium Grotto, Cairo Flea Market and Wasabi organised this week its annual "Mother's Day Festival," offering the ultimate shopping experience for products handmade in Egypt, alongside activities for kids and adults, as well as food and live music.

Starting 11am and running to 7pm, the day also included Queen of the House, where mothers sit and wear a crown and have photos taken with her children. There was also a Wall of Gratitude, a free sketch for mothers, a photo booth, and much more.

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One of the exhibitors showing her leather handbags Photo by Ayman Barayez

Among the handmade products that were on show — all created by Egyptian artists and housewives — were paintings, leather wallets and bags, lanterns, jewellery, ceramic pots, multi-purposed crochet works, and table covers.

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Handmade crochets products on show at Zamalek Fish Garden (Photo by Ayman Barayez)

Founded in 2012 by Wasabi Experience, Cairo Flea Market is your one-stop-shop for all the products you seek, offering a unique shopping experience with a variety of products by vendors from the local community or neighbourhood.

No matter what you still don't know you need, you’re find it at Cairo Flea Market, and at unbeatable prices.

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