The streets of Khan el-Kahlili glitter with baubles – necklaces, rings, earrings, broaches – ready for bidding. Where did they come from? Some are imported from China. But others are polished, tooled and set in the winding allies behind the ancient market. Photos by Elizabeth Stuart
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The dancer looks up toward the heavens as he spins, whirling faster and faster until he is no longer a man, but a colourful blur. The long, sweeping skirt he wears round his waist is flat like a table. Each rotation is punctuated with the beat of a tambourine. The dance, a traditional Egyptian folk …
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