Photos of Egypt

My friends sent me two links, I found them AMAZING: Egypt d’ Antan and  The library of unversity of Chicage, ENJOY!

https://i2.wp.com/www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/su/mideast/photo/226-86.jpeg (Shoubra Palace 1870, this is where they had the opening ceremony of the film festival)

https://i0.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/le_caire/iles_rivegauche_rivedroite/roda/images/pont_abbas.JPG (Kobri Abbas in 1913)

https://i0.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/le_caire/iles_rivegauche_rivedroite/roda/images/vendeurs.JPG(in 1905 the menestrli palace and the nilometer from the view point of somewhere close to the current Nile Peking)

https://i1.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/personnalites/images/charlesbeahler.JPG(Charles Baehler 1913)

https://i1.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/personnalites/images/hodacharaoui.jpg (from left to right: Nabaoueya Moussa (1886-1951), Céza Nabaraoui (1897-1985) et Hoda Charaoui (1879-1947), in a feminist conference in Geneve 1920)

https://i1.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/zagazig/images/cafehoteldelastation.jpg (hotel and coffee shop in Zagazig in 1906)

https://i1.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/le_caire/iles_rivegauche_rivedroite/guizeh/images/pont_embabeh.JPG (Imbaba bridge in 1914, now in the area right after Nile City towers)

https://i0.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/le_caire/villages_et_agglomerations/faggalla_et_daher/images/collegestefamille1.JPG (Collège de la Sainte-Famille des Pères Jésuites à Faggalla. L’intérieur de la chapelle, vers 1912)

https://i1.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/le_caire/villages_et_agglomerations/faggalla_et_daher/images/palaissakakini2.JPG (Le Palais de Habib Sakakini Pacha, à Daher, en 1924)

https://i2.wp.com/www.egyptedantan.com/port_said/images/accueil.JPG (Port Said 1898)

6 responses to “Photos of Egypt

  1. There are also great pictures of old Alexandria that I enjoyed very much, seeing this whole old world makes me feel how much I wanted to live in these days with this few number of people and low crouded streets and very elegent parties and upper class.

  2. I am writing an article about Sakakini and came across the 1924 picture on your site. May I use it in my article and, of course, give nousha.wordpress.com credit? Lesley

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