The Town of Trash
Meandering in muck, running through recyclables and wading through waste—for the Coptic Christians in one impoverished corner of Cairo, garbage is a way of life, and it is everywhere.
The slum on the outskirts of Cairo, at the base of Mokattam Hill, is called Manshiyat Naser, but it is more commonly known as “Garbage City.”
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