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Egypt celebrates third anniversary of revolution with historical reenactments held across country

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Egypt celebrates third anniversary of revolution with historical reenactments held across country

Reenactment enthusiasts praise use of period clothing in events

CAIRO: Three years on from the revolution that saw the toppling of former president Hosni Mubarak, thousands of Egyptians yesterday celebrated this anniversary with a series of historical reenactments held around the country.

Across Cairo, Alexandria, Giza, Minya and Suez, huge crowds gathered calling for the removal of the current government, expertly recreating scenes from January 25 2011.

“It’s super great to see Egyptians commemorating this important date in such a way,” said Dwight McCourt, a historical reenactments enthusiast from Minneapolis, USA. “And so many really put the effort in to wear accurate period clothing.”

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  1. Mushkala

    February 3, 2014 at 4:39 pm

    …and people say Egypt does not value its rich history and traditions…Huzzah to the Re-enactors…

  2. Dan

    February 5, 2014 at 7:49 am

    very good 🙂

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