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    Egypt: After the revolution

    Travel Weekly's Michelle Baran is in Egypt for one week following the country's 18-day revolution, which prompted the evacuation of hundreds of U.S. citizens out of the country last month. Pictured here, a tourist poses in front of one of the tanks stationed at the entrance to the Egyptian Museum.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    The Egyptian Museum, foreground, and the remains of the National Democratic Party headquarters.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    Egyptian kids outside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo show off their "January 25" bumper stickers and an Egyptian flag headband.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    A hotel workers demonstration.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    Students mill about in the area that was a makeshift tent city in Tahrir Square during what became known as the "Youth Revolution."

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    The few tourists winding their way through the Khan el-Khalili bazaar enjoyed a much more peaceful experience than usual. They seemed relaxed and content in their sightseeing and souvenir shopping.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    A smattering of tourists at the Temple of Edfu.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    Locals sit around at Luxor Temple.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    There were more tourists present at the Karnak Temple.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    Camel handlers and police at the quiet Bent Pyramid.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    There’s no business for the camel handlers and horse riders at the pyramids of Giza.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    The parking lot at the pyramids, normally packed with motorcoaches, now hosts just a handful of tourist vans.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    The sun setting over the Nile River in Cairo, where business seemed headed back to normal.

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    Egypt: After the revolution

    An employee of Big Five Tours & Expeditions leaves an Edfu polling station after voting on a constitutional referendum.

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