Meet Some Of The Last Papyrus Makers In Egypt Keeping A 5,000-Year-Old Craft Alive | Still Standing

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Papyrus paper originated in ancient Egypt. Today, just one village still makes the paper, but after a year without tourists, workers are struggling to keep their doors open.

Saied and Atef do not have websites for their businesses. They sell their products locally in Egypt. Since we published this video, an Instagram and an online shop have been created for Saied:
https://www.instagram.com/saiedpapyrusart/
https://linktr.ee/saiedancientart/

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Meet Some Of The Last Papyrus Makers In Egypt Keeping A 5,000-Year-Old Craft Alive | Still Standing

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