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Museum of Egyptian Revolution Vividly Chronicles Uprisingi
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Al Pessin
December 19, 2012 8:48 PM
Activists in Egypt have created a makeshift museum to chronicle the last two years of uprisings and political protest. VOA's Al Pessin visited. a branch of the museum that has been set up across the street from the presidential palace in Cairo.

Museum of Egyptian Revolution Vividly Chronicles Uprising

Al Pessin

Published December 19, 2012

Activists in Egypt have created a makeshift museum to chronicle the last two years of uprisings and political protest. VOA's Al Pessin visited. a branch of the museum that has been set up across the street from the presidential palace in Cairo.


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