How One Of The Last Dye Houses In Egypt Keeps Ancient Hand Dyeing Alive | Still Standing

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
11 Mar 2022

Salama Salem has been running his traditional dyehouse in Egypt since 1975. Despite falling demand due to industrial competition and the COVID-19 pandemic, he’s determined to keep one of the country’s oldest dyehouses still standing.

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How One Of The Last Dye Houses In Egypt Keeps Ancient Hand Dyeing Alive | Still Standing

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AshifRaza
AshifRaza 4 months ago

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