Egypt Tourism Is Still Trying To Recover – Affected By A Failed Revolution, Attacks On Coptic Christians, And Unfortunate Airline Disasters

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Dozens of wrinkled Egyptian men sip tea, draw smoke from water pipes and boisterously chat in Arabic. They lounge at a bustling alleyway cafe, sandwiched between the labyrinths of crumbling apartment buildings in the heart of Cairo, adjacent to Tahrir Square. Just footsteps away, the maniacal spectacle of Cairo traffic is at work. Rusty cars whir…


 
 


 
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