The cosmetics store in the Nile Delta city of Alexandria sells some of the most prized items in history.
Its owner, the late Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, was assassinated in 1956.
The store is part of the family business that includes a perfume and cosmetics store called the Egyptian Luxury Palace, the oldest remaining in the region.
It also owns the Luxor Palace, a major tourist attraction on the Mediterranean island of Phoenicia.
The Luxor and Egyptian Luxor are owned by the family of President Gamel Abdel Nader, whose family is also the owners of Luxor Luxor, a luxury goods store in Luxor.
Its owners include the late president, who died in 1960.
The owner of Luxora Luxor is the late Egypt President Gamala Abdel Naser.
The family of the Luxury Palaces owner is the former Egyptian president Gamal Abd el Nasser.
The Luxor family has held the luxury goods empire for a century, which is what made it the subject of a recent documentary, ‘Egypt Luxor.’
It is the family’s family business, the owner said, adding that they have a very strict policy that all their products are made in the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
“We don’t sell to anybody outside the Egyptian government.
All our products are handmade and made in Egypt,” he said.
In the early 1960s, President Gamald Abdel Nassr, Egypt’s first democratically elected leader, made Egypt the world’s second largest producer of cosmetics, and the country was one of the few that had a monopoly on making cosmetics in the Arab world.
But by the 1970s, the Egyptian economy was on the decline and there was a new wave of political unrest in the country.
The new political leadership, led by Gamal Nasser in 1977, wanted to diversify the economy away from cosmetics and concentrate on agriculture.
“Egypt’s economy has been under severe stress since 1977, when we lost almost 90 percent of our manufacturing sector,” said Mohamed Aboul Fotouh, the Luxora’s president and a member of the country’s National Assembly.
He was a member for the Muslim Brotherhood until his death in 2017.
Nasser wanted to make Egypt a leader in the textile industry.
So in 1980, he established the Egyptian Textile Company, which later expanded into the textile business.
The Egyptian Textiles Company has factories in several countries including Germany, Italy, Turkey, Japan, Singapore and Thailand.
The company has also a branch in Israel, the largest textile market in the Middle East.
The company is now owned by a Chinese company and is based in Israel.
It also owns Luxor Beauty and the Egyptian Palace Luxor in Luxo, Italy.
The Egyptians Luxor cosmetics and fragrance store is one of three major luxury shops in the city.
It is one floor above the Egyptian luxury Palace Luxoria, which has a shop in Cairo.
The Egyptian Luxoria is the biggest and oldest luxury store in Egypt.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Aboul Fahr, the chairman of the Egyptian Association for Antiquities, told Al Jazeera that the Luxors is an important symbol for Egypt’s people.
“This store is a symbol of Egypt.
The idea of this store is that there are so many people who cannot afford to buy luxury goods in Egypt because the government is unable to fund the country,” he told Al Jazeera.
The family owns Luxora, which also has two other luxury stores in Luxoria.
It has a boutique store in Alexandria and the Luxore, which sold out of everything last month.
The name of the boutique store was changed to Luxor Jewelry and Art.
The luxury shop in Luxore sold out within 24 hours, according to an online auction.
The luxury store is called Luxor’s Luxor Cosmetics and Fragrance.
It was founded in 1952, according the company.
Its name is a reference to a former Egyptian military officer, Gamal Fotoul, who was an adviser to the president, according a statement.
“Gamal Fotsoul was the son of Gamal El-Nassr.
He is now deceased, and his sons are the current owners of the company,” the statement read.
The other two Luxor stores in Alexandria, Luxor Salon and Luxor Fashion Salon, have been closed for a long time, according their owners.
The Egypt Luxor shop, located in the Old City of Alexandria, was closed for many years after the death of the former president.
The owners of other Egyptian Luxors have said that they are struggling to survive.
“It is difficult to sell this store.
It’s a big challenge to maintain it,” said Mohammed Aboul Salim, owner of the Egypt Luxury Salon.
“I was born in the 1950s and I have never had any trouble with the Egyptian authorities.
The state has helped me.
They have helped me financially and I am very