Walking in Cairo (Egypt) Cairo: Our Journey 6 months ago   20:34

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Walking the AL Azhar street..
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Cairo is the capital city of Egypt. The city's metropolitan area is the largest in the Middle East and the Arab world, and the 15th-largest in the world, and is associated with ancient Egypt, as the famous Giza pyramid complex and the ancient city of Memphis are located in its geographical area. Located near the Nile Delta, modern Cairo was founded in 969 CE

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Leeber Gruber
I hope these people will stay in their country.
Ben Zineb Yosr
Why everything is so gray? Depressing
mohaa diamond
Us he drivs he holds the horn idiot..
Shagufta Khan
Why are they using 1970s cars?
Casper Bradley
I never been to Cairo but i can see that it is better than Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh. I love Egypt but i hate the resorts like Hurgada and Sharm El Sheikh. I will blacklist Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada too much tourists. I been to Luxor and i really liked that place.
karl rove
draw the prophet muhammad with your kids on a daily basis
alfredo ibarra
Alot of jaywalking. Car horn is used to warn pedestrians.
Arma Gennadin
Every arabic nation looks bad. I'm sad :(
Farid Edreb
كارثة بكل المقاييس
bozelecter
Egypt is in Africa not in the middle east dumbass
Chouial Ramzi
تحت خط الفقر
Y Z
Omg that's insaine and so dirty.
x xx
je comprends maintenant pourquoi ils veulent tous venir chez nous !!!!
Hamid Hamid
Poverty strikes the eyes as much as dirt. The infrastructure and the road is under development. Everything is old and old. The Egyptian people deserve better!
Bilel Boumaaraf
This city is dusty ,dirty and noisy
Gezenler
AMAZİNGGGG
Moataz Radwan
That video was about one month before 25 Jan revolution in Egypt
Moataz Radwan
7:39 some one ask you in Arabic what are you recording ?!
GSXR 750
3rd world shithole, F that...
nthnfar
It looks like jakarta
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Cairo: Our Journey Walking in Cairo (Egypt) 6 months ago   25:50

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A travel documentary about our three days in Cairo, Egypt. We are far from travel experts or Egyptologists but we wanted to share our experiences with others so that they too might be inspired to visit these amazing sites.