In the mid-nineteenth century, Egypt’s Khedive Ismail dreamed of building a “Paris along the Nile.” Thankfully he did not demolish the existing city, as was largely the case in Haussmann’s Paris. Instead, he commissioned the finest architects of the age to erect a new city adjacent to the ancient city of a thousand minarets.
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