The Colossus of Rhodes

The symbol was adopted by the Casdagli family as a trading symbol in the 1800s. A Levantine Greek family, the Casdaglis based them selves in Cairo trading in the finest Egyptian cotton. Their interests also included shipping, tobacco and Arabian horse breeding

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Villa Casdagli – Kasr al-Dubara

Villa Casdagli now a run-down state school named after Sudanese revolutionary “Ali Abdelatif” EXCEPT for a cursory daily glimpse of their school’s exterior, the children at the girls-only preparatory school located on 1 Midan Simon Bolivar, (not Simone de Beauvoir as

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Daughters of the Wind

“We will be launching the “Dahman” cigar in Spring 2013. This unique vitola will cater to the experienced smoker . The blend will include aged leaf from the Pinar del Rio region of Cuba . The elegant band will feature the profile of an

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