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|The Cairo Opera House is the main performing arts venue in the Egyptian capital.||08/28/2005||617|
|Abdeen Palace was one of the palaces of the former Egyptian royal family. Today the palace is a museum.||09/29/2005||578|
|Reflecting the characteristics of Abassid art, This beautiful mosque is featured on the Egyptian five pound note. It is the oldest preserved mosque in Egypt.||08/01/2005||790|
|Heading east to arrive at Cairo International.||09/26/2007||1,185|
|Perhaps not quite as famous as the Pyramids?||08/28/2005||975|
|Over 3000 faculty serve more than 150,000 students, founded in 1908. Located in Cairo and Giiza it straddles the Nile River. Just downstream one can see boats moored linearly in the Nile.||08/01/2005||639|
|A privately owned house made of gold and resmebles the Egyptian pyramids. It has over $1,000,000 in Egyptian artifacts and other Ehyptian related items.||12/19/2005||3,011|
|Various museums in NYC - Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, Pierpont Morgan Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters.||08/14/2005||679|
|This statue designed by outstanding Baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini (and carried out by his pupil Ercole Ferrata in 1667) of an elephant bearing the Egyptian obelisk found in the Dominicans' garden. It is the shortest of the eleven Egyptian obelisks in Rome. The accompanying Latin inscription states it as an illustration that a strong mind is needed to support solid knowledge.|
|The Stedelijk Museum (lit. City Museum) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a museum for modern art. It is located at Museum Square (Dutch: Museumplein), close to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.||04/28/2006||402|
|This looks like a parc in the middle of Cairo.||08/12/2005||573|
|he collection of the former Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces Museum at Aldershot has moved to the Imperial War museum at Duxford.|
The museum is now called Airborne Assault Museum.
It can be found in hangar no. 1.
For the current visitor information, please visit the website of the museum: http://duxford.iwm.org.uk/.