Cairo selected as next year’s culture capital of the Muslim world
The Arab News reported, the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has announced the selection of Cairo as next year’s culture capital of the Muslim world.
Egypt’s Culture Minister Ines Abdel-Dayem told a press conference that this choice reflects Cairo’s position as a meeting place for different cultures, a creative hub and a center for thought and art.
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She praised ISESCO’s efforts to celebrate the capitals of Islamic countries and promote relationships between them.