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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DOWNTOWNCAIRO
37.2% of downtowncairo's followers are female and 62.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 1003 and the average number of comments is 7.
Downtowncairo loves posting about Marketing, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR DOWNTOWNCAIRO
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF DOWNTOWNCAIRO
- Beauty & Fashion 72.12 %
- Photography 58.86 %
- Art & Design 58.18 %
- Travel & Tourism 52.33 %
- How-to & Style 40.99 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 38.36 %
- Technology & Science 36.77 %
- Books and Literature 36.07 %
- Movies and TV 33.77 %
- Business & Careers 33.57 %
- Music 32.72 %
- Fitness & Yoga 32.66 %
- Entertainment 32.01 %
- Sports 31.53 %
#DowntownLive from Eternal Light II Exhibition by Art D’Égypte at The Factory: Meanwhile at The Factory, Townhouse, @artdegypte’s reminiscing back to their inaugural exhibition with a sequel. The arts platform debuted in 2017 with a spectacle at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, and now they descend back to the hallowed spaces of #DowntownCairo to display the distinguished works of Egyptian artists once more. Eternal Lights II will be runnig until November 20th, 2020. Open daily except on Sundays from 12-4 PM and 5-10 PM.
#DowntownLive from DOTS Exhibition by @ex.byae and @artdegypte at Kodak Passageway // After months of hiatus, the vibrant talents of contemporary Egyptian artists are adorning #DowntownCairo’s venues once more. Egyptian arts platform Art D’Egypte’s sub-brand @ex.byae has curated a fascinating affair showcasing the works of 12 artists. DOTS Exhibition will be runnig until November 20th, 2020. Open daily except on Sundays from 12-4 PM and 5-10 PM.
#ChroniclesOfDowntown: 22 Abdel Khalek Tharwat // hand-sketched illustrations by @michaelsafwat.art Renovated and restored to its former glory by @al_ismaelia in 2017, the 22 Abdel Khalek Tharwat building occupies a special space in the league of #DowntownCairo relics. This 100-year-old five-storey building was dreamt up by a Greek family and designed to emulate the neo-classical architecture that was all the rave back in the 1920s. Overlooking three streets - Abdel Khalek Tharwat, Talaat Harb and Adly - it soars above the bustling heart of the city and has become a beacon of inspiration for artists and creators, especially after recently hosting an independent art initiative by the Contemporary Image Collective. On top of hosting a wide variety of events and arts & culture affairs, the building also houses several venues for leasing, as well as for any photoshoots or visual projects. For more information, contact email@example.com or @dakhliwestelbaladofficial.
After stunning crowds for three consecutive years with their one-of-a-kind exhibitions, Egyptian art platform @ArtDEgypte is revisiting their inaugural edition with ‘Eternal Light II’, held at The Factory, Downtown Cairo. An exquisite lineup of 12 artists will showcase their great works starting this Thursday, October 15th 8 PM until November 20th, 2020. In addition to this exhibition, their newest sub-brand @ex.byae is hosting a powerful roster of artists in a group exhibition titled ‘DOTS’ at Downtown’s thriving art hub Kodak Passageway, set to open Thursday, October 15th at 6:30 PM, running also until November 20th, 2020. Both exhibitions will be open daily except on Sundays from 12-4 PM and 5-10 PM.
#ChroniclesOfDowntown: Tamara // hand-sketched illustrations by @michaelsafwat.art There’s no shortage of buildings in #DowntownCairo with immense cultural and historical significance. That being said, the Tamara building occupies a special place within the contemporary arts and culture scene that sets it apart from all other landmark locations in Downtown. Built in 1910, the building was a chameleon; with it first owned by Banque Misr, then by multiple private owners, until finally becoming an Al Ismaelia property in 2009. • Tamara, also known as the Abdul Aziz Radwan Bey building, has become a renowned grounds for several art and photography exhibitions within Egypt’s thriving creative community. From the inaugural Cairo Photo Week by Photopia, to Art D’Égypte’s second and third annual collateral programme exhibitions, the building’s become a haven for artists and patrons alike to convene and network.
Have yourself a hearty cup of coffee in the heart of the city today! Happy #InternationalCoffeeDay ☕️ 📸: @mayymohamed_ #DowntownCairo
#ChroniclesOfDowntown: Consoleya // Hand-sketched by @michaelsafwat.art Looking like the backdrop of a French New Wave film, the Consoleya building is a head-turner. The 95-year-old building boasts a neo-baroque aesthetic, with just the slightest of eclecticism infused into its build, which has come to define its style. As a school of thought, eclecticism is renowned for blending styles, concepts and styles in a single body of work. The philosophy is almost the perfect allegory for #DowntownCairo, making the building symbolic of all that makes this town so distinct in its multitude of architecture and art. • The Consoleya houses a sprawling ball room that has hosted some of the biggest stars across the ages. From filmmakers to creators to artists, the location’s served as the setting for many a visual project; utilising the building’s façade and distinguished interiors. In 2014, @al_ismaelia acquired the building, and wholly renovated it into its current glory, and will soon include one of Cairo’s biggest contemporary co-working spaces so that entrepreneurs can draw from the building’s illustrious energy for inspo. • For more information on the co-working spaces, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
#ChroniclesOfDowntown: La Viennoise // Hand-sketched by @michaelsafwat.art One of the most illustrious buildings in #DowntownCairo remains to be La Viennoise. Located on the lively intersection of 7 Champollion Street and 11 Mahmoud Bassiouni, the 124-year-old building has long been representative of Downtown’s montage of aesthetics. Built in 1986 by English architect, La Viennoise’s ownership was juggled around up until @al_ismaelia acquired the building in 2009. Karim Shafei, Chairman of Al Ismaelia tells @CairoScene in a video feature about the building’s renovation plans how much of a passion project it was, resulting in many headlines made and milestones achieved through the building’s refurbishment. • After serving as a hotel since the 1980s, the building morphed along the decades to become a popular venue for festivals, exhibitions and events. La Viennoise’s revival made waves for being Downtown’s first eco-friendly building, and the cornerstone of Al Ismaelia’s efforts to preserve Downtown. The building now houses office spaces available for rent, with plans to transform the setting to include a boutique hotel, fine dining spots and a sprawling retail hub. • To find out more, contact @dakhliwestelbaladofficial or email@example.com
Every building emblematic of #DowntownCairo’s rich, storied heritage. @andrew_shenouda #citylove #citylandscape #citystreets #buildingphotography #citygram
There's beauty in detail, and then some more when it comes to #DowntownCairo's buildings. A million tidbits of various designs and aesthetics coming together to form these iconic buildings above. • 📸: @gyptian.co including photographs by: @nellyelsharkawy @lamiahassan @spectrumhunters @omargazarr @lookmeinthelens @storiesbylaila @seethruyu #citylove #citylandscape #citystreets #buildingphotography #citygram
Reminisce back to the heart of the city back in the 70s. Alive with retro charm and that signature #DowntownCairo hustle.
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