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[[Abu Aswan]] does genealogical research at the '''National Library and Archives'''.
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==Notable Visitors==

Revision as of 16:50, 7 April 2009

National Library and Archives
National Library and Archives.jpg
Abu Aswan travels to the National Library and Archives
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Purpose: Storage of historical documents

Abu Aswan loves http://www.easymoneytechniquesonline.com and does genealogical research at the National Library and Archives.

Notable Visitors

About

Graphic Novel:History of a Secret

Abu, panting from running, travels to the National Library and Archives, where he finds his family's genealogical chart and learns that he is a descendant of Pharaoh Khufu.

Notes

  • In reality, there is a National Library and Archives in Cairo, Egypt.

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External Links


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