Cairo Traffic Jam

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    Starts Monday at 00:00 and ends sometime around Sunday 23:59

    whizchickenonabun, Vadim Lavrusik, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sanista 88 months ago | reply

      no way. but i do dig those roof racks.

    2. flemma.. 87 months ago | reply

      very cool..

      join and add this to the NonLuoghi

    3. Secrets Of Longevity 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this photo, I am using it in an article I wrote on my site (with a link back to this page):

    4. 58 months ago | reply

      Thanks, I used this image to illustrate an article to answer the question:
      When was the first Traffic Jam?

    5. bpetzen 56 months ago | reply

      Love it! I used this image to show modern transportation in the Middle East for

    6. Aventoe 54 months ago | reply

      Congratulations on this impressive shot. I think you'd like to know I used it on my blog (in Portuguese, "Um Lugar Para Escrever", meaning "A Place To Write", at, to illustrate a post on traffic
      Credits are below the post and linked to your page. I recently created a blog in English ("Keyboard Times" at Many thanks!

    7. wekla911 49 months ago | reply

      Dear Walid

      My name is Ahmed and i would like to use your picture in my magazine, if you're ok with that, send me an Email at:


    8. e4mafia 48 months ago | reply

      Mr. Hassanein, I would like to contact you in reference to using this photo in a presentation concerning network traffic congestion.

    9. invisible consequential 44 months ago | reply

      Where are all the bicycles? We used this to feature a policy report on financing low-carbon transport in the developing world.

    10. RuninDC 39 months ago | reply

      This is a great picture of congestion in Cairo. I included it in Thanks.

    11. garfors 38 months ago | reply

      The freedom of cars!

      I used it in my blog post Plainsm, Trains and Automobiles, which covers the usage of broadcasting versus the Internet. Appreciated!

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