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Egyptian Banknotes : 10 Piastres

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Inspired by political turmoil and the government in Egypt, I made this papercraft. Have several friends in egypt chat, hopefully they are all fine. I am also concerned about the response of some peoples here in Indonesia who interfered Egyptian state affairs. I had read some of the bank began operations serving customers in Egypt, I continue to hope that the situation in Egypt will be better.

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