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A replica of Ancient Egyptian figurines, fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo taken on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
Technicians craft replicas of an Ancient Egyptian statues being fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
Technicians paint replicas of Ancient Egyptian busts of Queen Nefertiti being fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
A replica of an Egyptian chariot, fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo. - Pyramids, Tutankhamun masks, Nefertiti busts taken on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
Technicians craft replicas of an Ancient Egyptian statues and sarcophaguses being fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
A technician paints a replica of an Ancient Egyptian statue being fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo on May 17, 2021. AFP
Konouz factory
A technician crafts a replica of an Ancient Egyptian statue being fabricated at the Egyptian government's Konouz (Treasures) factory reproducing replicas of Ancient Egyptian items, at el-Obour city, east of the capital Cairo on May 17, 2021. AFP
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