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/ Courtesy of Sonia Greteman
Cairo bread vendor walking between 10 lanes of the most crazy traffic I've ever witnessed.
Kom Ombo, the crocodile god.
We traveled with National Geographic and they showed us a behind the scenes tomb painting that was just discovered. The colors, and elegance of line and style, enthralling.
There were so many alternate forms of transportation. Donkeys, camels, a host of various two wheel and three wheel buggy's, cycles, vehicles I've never seen.
Colorful hijabs, even more colorful trucks.
The magnificent Sphinx of Giza, a work I have studied in art history and wanted to see for 30 years.
Horus, the Falcon God, son of Isis and Osiris, and our favorite.
The ancient Egyptians had to be the most ambitious, motivated artists and builders of all time.
Abul Simbel Ramsees II temple.
Protesters for the Revolution in Tahrir Square, Cairo.
Women walking in Cairo.
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