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Egypt on democratic track

Monday, 22 September 2014 - 11:08 PM Cairo
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Cairo Opera House
The Cairo Opera House was inaugurated on October 10th, 1988, following a void, which lasted 17 Years since the burning down of Cairo’s first and World famous Opera House in 1971.
Al-Azhar Document
Several meetings were held between a group of Egyptian educated elite despite their different opinions religious and their beliefs with a number of senior scholars and intellectuals from Al-Azhar.
The Holy Family in Egypt
The advent of the Holy Family to Egypt, seeking refuge, is an event of the utmost significance in our dear country’s long, long history. Moved by the spirit of prophecy, Hosea foresaw the flight from Bethlehem where there was no safe place forth Christ Child to lay his head
Cinema in Egypt
Egypt has had a strong cinematic tradition since the 1930s having the only major motion picture industry in the Arab world, with Cairo its capital.
Folklore in Egypt
It is likely that the term "folklore was foreign to the legacy of civilization in Ancient Egypt, because we are used to relating the mythologies which resulted from the deeply-rooted belief of Ancient Egyptians.
Bibliotheca Alexandria
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina lies alongside the University of Alexandria Faculty of Arts campus, in Shatby, and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea along a substantial portion of its northern frontage.
  The Egyptian Museum
 
  Al-Azhar Mosque
 
  October War Panorama
 
  Theatre in Egypt