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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians prepare to celebrate Christmas


Santa Claus and Christmas gifts decorate a street in downtown Cairo
Shops put a row of miniature Santa Clauses on display in downtown Cairo
Two children pose with Santa Clauses and Christmas presents in downtown Cairo
Christmas tree and gifts on display at a shop in Zamalek in Cairo
A child walks by a shop's Christmas display Cairo's Mohandiseen district
A cafe displays a Christmas tree in Cairo's Mohandiseen district
A man passes by a lifesize Santa Claus in Cairo's Mohandiseen district
Miniature Santa Clauses tip their hats to passersby in Cairo
A restaurant displays a Christmas tree in Zamalek in Cairo
Forms of Santa Claus decorated a street in downtown Cairo
A shop display Christmas tree and forms of Santa Claus in Al-Zamalek in Cairo
Forms of Santa Claus are decorate a street in downtown Cairo
Forms of Santa Claus are decorate a street in downtown Cairo
A shop display Christmas gifts in downtown Cairo
A man sitting beside forms of Santa Claus in downtown Cairo
Christmas trees in downtown Cairo
A shop display small forms of Santa Claus in downtown Cairo
A cafe display form of Santa Claus and Christmas tree in El-Mohandseen in Cairo
Small forms of Santa Claus and Christmas gifts are decorate a shop in downtown Cairo
Shop display Christmas gifts in downtown Cairo
A man stands between Santa Claus forms in downtown Cairo
Christmas gifts are displayed at a shop in downtown Cairo
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All Photos by Mai Shaheen

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