Inside Al-Azhar Mosque of Old Islamic Cairo. Established in 975 AD, Al-Azhar is one of the main centers of Arabic and Islamic learning in the world, and is one of the oldest active universities today.
Egypt's Great Pyramid complex in Giza as seen through the window of a Pizza Hut restaurant.
A portrait of President Mubarak graces the wall outside of a school in Cairo, Egypt.
A Sufi dancer performing in Old Islamic Cairo.
A view of the Cairo skyline overlooking the Agouza neighborhood.
Three young boys in Old Islamic Cairo.
A display of Arabic embroidery in the tent makers district of Old Islamic Cairo.
The ubiquitous white-uniformed police officers are seen throughout Cairo.
An Egyptian worker exchanges money for a freshly baked tray of government subsidized bread in the Nile Delta city of Zagazig, north of Cairo.
Egyptian workers taking fresh baked bread out of the oven at a government subsidized bakery in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.
A woman employee at a government subsidized bakery in the Nile Delta city of Tanta carrying a stack of freshly baked bread.
Egyptian men preparing trays of bread to be baked at a government subsidized bakery in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.
Backgammon in Old Islamic Cairo.
Every Friday, camel traders from as far afield as Libya and Somalia gather at Egypt's largest camel market in the town of Birqash, just outside of Cairo.
A camel trader sits in front of his heard at the Birqash market, just outside of Cairo.
Two men watch a herd of camels pass by at the Birqash market, just outside of Cairo.