Wooden shutters placed in cafes and bars serving alcohol so that passersby could not look inside became the norm in the 1970s and 80s as the country became religiously more conservative. The picture shows the facade of the Zamalik Cafe in the center of Cairo. Circa mid 1990s

Photograph by Norbert Schiller

Picture scanned from original 35mm slide

Copyright:Norbert Schiller

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