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Qasr al-'Ayni Hospital and Medical School, Cairo: design for
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Qasr al-'Ayni Hospital and Medical School, Cairo: design for new buildings. Gouache after J. T. Cackett & R. Burns Dick, 1922.

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Keywords: Hospitals; Egypt; Cackett & Burns Dick.

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