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GREEN ACRES</I> - 2004-08-01

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Sunday, 2004, August 1
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In a concrete-heavy city, landscapers hope Al-Azhar park will help unearth a greener Cairo. Looking across Al-Azhar park, your eye is immediately drawn to the stark brown walls of the citadel and the jaunty domes of the Muhammad Ali mosque. But as you look off to the west, the city drops below the horizon, leaving only a surreal panorama of scattered minarets floating behind a grassy foreground.

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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

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In a concrete-heavy city, landscapers hope Al-Azhar park will help unearth a greener Cairo - GREEN ACRES - 2004-08-01

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Looking across Al-Azhar park, your eye is immediately drawn to the stark brown walls of the citadel and the jaunty domes of the Muhammad Ali mosque. But as you look off to the west, the city drops below the horizon, leaving only a surreal panorama of scattered minarets floating behind a grassy foreground.

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