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'We created the Heliopolis heritage tour in collaboration with the Classic Cruisers Initiative to tour zone A heritage sites in Heliopolis,' explained Shoukry Asmar

Awad has a keen eye for details and an infatuation with the ancient Egyptian style of painting, managing to highlight the connection between the contemporary people of Luxor and their counterparts

Rain over Nubia, launched in August 2019, was first performed as part of the American University in Cairo’s online concert series last month

On 21 March 1956, Egypt celebrated it's first National Mother’s day

This edition of Cairo Photo Week (March 11-20) came with many happy surprises, one is the re-opening of Rawabet art space, and the other is bringing Gaza to the heart of Cairo

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As Egypt celebrates her women, Ahram Online shed the light on some successful models and the men behind them

The exhibition, held at Bayt Yakan, showcased women’s traditional attire across Egypt

A born community leader and educator, Gamila Sabry remains an inspiring figure of women's empowerment in Egypt

While Egypt yet strives for women's right to proper education, let alone higher education, Ahram Online celebrates the woman behind the founding of Cairo University

In 2015, Egypt bid farewell to one of her dearest social activists and women's rights poineers, Aziza Hussein

In the early 20th century, Egypt's women had a prominent place in publications, pioneering women's issues and rights in print

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In 1892, when the world was still debating women's rights, Egyptian women's voice was loud, clear, and quite popular it seems


At the premises of Fustat Traditional Crafts Centre, in the heart of old Cairo, the sound of pounding hammers on copper fills the air

In its 61 st edition, the exhibition is hosting some 370 artisans from across Egypt

'Heliopolis was established in the desert, on a site near the ruins of the old Heliopolis city, 'the sun city' of ancient Egyptians, and thus came the name Heliopolis'

Egypt's oldest independent theatre troupe is at risk, but the founder is as resillient as ever

The bridge is set to pass right in front of the Basilica church in Heliopolis, a Type A heritage site where building anything that blocks the view is prohibited

Egypt’s warm winter remains an eternal bliss. And so, Ahram Online decided it is time to explore various winter destinations and take those long walks we have been meaning to take. Let’s follow the sun, shall we?

Much has changed in Luxor in the past decades, yet the city has preserved its authentic spirit

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