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Graceful domes and towering minarets cast a magical spell over the thriving metropolis of Cairo. The city spreads along the banks of the River Nile and is the largest metropolis in Africa. It is known for its rich tradition of hospitality and typical Egyptian sense of humour. Various parts of the city indicate the wealth of its heritage. Heliopolis is home to many of Cairo's wealthy including the Presidential Palace, while the middle-class suburb of Giza has expanded within sight of the Pyramids. Old Cairo lies south of central Cairo where visitors are intrigued by its twisting streets, medieval buildings and oriental bazaars. Cairo is a rare combination of multiple commercial centers and quite, ox-ploughed fields edged by quaint brick-house neighbourhoods. A quiet cruise on the River Nile or the pulsating night life, Cairo will charm you with its many attractions.
While Arabic is the official language, English and French are widely spoken.
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