Tag Archives | Cairo

Cairo, Egypt - August 2016. Street of sands, in the Northern Cemetery of al-Qarafa.

The city of the dead

The City of the Dead of Cairo is a cemetery, but here lives about one million and half people. This a vision from a place where it’s Life and Death, together.


Repairing a plastic recycling machine.

Jan Locus | Garbage City

The Zabbaleen (“Garbage people” in Egyptian Arabic) are Coptic Christians who migrated to Cairo 60 years ago and became the garbage collectors of the city. Their family-run micro-enterprises have created one of the most efficient recycling systems in the world. They recycle up to 80% of what they collect, whereas most private garbage collecting companies can […]


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