Egyptian television's Maspiro television building

Broadcast began from Maspiro television building whose transmission began in 1960. Ever since, the Egyptian television maintained its service of broadcasting through the different channels which serve different classes of the Egyptian society.

The big building that takes its name after the French Egyptologist, Gaston Maspero, is deemed a distinguished site with its circular shape that receives over 30 thousand individuals daily. Egypt is the first country in the Middle East and Africa to provide TV broadcasting.

This is one of three sites of massive protests and celebrations leading up to and following the resignation of the countries president of 30 years.
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