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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians celebrate Eid Al-Adha


Egyptians celebrating Eid Al-Adha
Balloons are popular gifts for Egyptian children celebrating the holiday
A cow waits to be slaughtered; portions of the meat will be given to the poor
Streets are often crowded during Eid as families go out to celebrate
A girl and her father mark the holiday
Children get ready to celebrate the holiday
A child carries a balloon on the occasion of Eid Al-Adha
A child buys toys to celebrate the festival
A boy plays with a firework
Women hold balloons
An Egyptian boy holds a balloon
A vendor sells party gear to celebrating crowds
A family celebrate Eid
Balloon-sellers make their way through the celebrating crowds
A family celebrate the holiday
Sheep on their way to be killed; slaughtering animals and distributing meat is an Eid tradition
Families out and about to celebrate the holiday
A boy sells balloons to the crowds
Many Egyptian families celebrate the Eid by going out; zoos and parks are popular destination spots
Two cattle on their way to be slaughtered to celebrate Eid Al-Adha
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Egyptians throng in the streets of Cairo on the first day of the Eid holiday. Zoos and public parks are popular destination spots for families celebrating the holiday.

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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