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    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
    • Land of the Pharaohs: Splendors and Wondrous Sights of Cairo
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    A street in Old Cairo.

    Located near the delta of the Nile, Cairo is probably the largest city in the entire Middle East and one of the largest cities on Earth. While modern Cairo was founded by the Fatimid Dynasty in 969, the city outskirts house the remains of much older settlements and structures dating back to the time of Ancient Egypt.

    Browse through this gallery and see what sights may await you on the streets of this city.

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