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bibliotheca

A library; a place to keep books.
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Tikets are sold both online and through the Bibliotheca box office.
Some of the Egyptian musicians performing at this year's event include pianist and composer Omar Khairat, bands Cairokee and Massar Egbari, singers Ali El-Haggar, Maryam Saleh and Mohamed Mohsen, musician Hisham Kharma, in addition to two performances by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina orchestra.
Going forward, Bibliotheca will combine with the former 3M Library Systems business and will transition it to a single Bibliotheca brand.
When I talked to a sales representative from Bibliotheca, she reported a strange phenomenon.
It is noteworthy that the accused "Ismail Serageldin", still serves as the director of Bibliotheca Alexandrina, despite of what he is accused of, he has fired the prisoner of conscience poet "Omar Hazek" from Bibliotheca Alexandrina, after the imprisonment of "Hazek" in the case of demonstrating to support the right of "Khaled Said" the martyr of torture, as if the mere act of demonstration was a crime!
Assiduously collecting Tamil manuscripts, two years later he had a substantial library and wrote an account in German of Tamil literature, the Bibliotheca Malabarica, and had written three short works in Tamil in addition to letters and sermons.
With the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, unquestionably symbolising the rich cultural fabric and political diversity of the Egyptian society, the tribute paid by the President to the institution's concept and output can be read as an expression of profound acknowledgement of the revered socio-cultural heritage of Egypt.
Martin Sarmiento and Oriental studies: the edition of Casiri's Bibliotheca Arabica-Hispana
"There couldn't be a more fitting venue than the Bibliotheca Alexandrina to put the best minds to work on solving this problem.
Eng Hoda El-Mikaty, director of the Planetarium Science Center at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, explained that the birth of the Arab region competition in 2010 is the outcome of fruitful collaborations between Intel Egypt, the Library and Science Age Society that have organised national fairs together since 2007.
Bibliotheca's aim is for smarter libraries and it successfully launched a highly innovative solution featuring state-of-the-art RFID technology and a self-check solution on the IBM AnyPlace Kiosk.
For the record, the International Conference is co-organized by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and the universities of Georgetown, Maryland, Yale, Berkeley and Roger Williams, together with the American University Washington D.C., Cairo University, Alexandria University and Al-Azhar University and several academic and cultural institutions and organizations in Egypt and the USA.

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