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Tahrir Square

/ (tæˈɾiːɾ) /
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noun
a large square in central Cairo, in Egypt. The name, meaning ‘liberation’, was used informally after the 1919 revolution and then officially after the 1952 revolution. Scene of mass demonstrations in 2011 against the government of president Hosni Mubarak.
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