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Habib Ayrout (1876–1956) was a Syrio-Lebanese Egyptian[1] who participated in the planning and construction of Heliopolis (Cairo suburb).[2] He was educated in Paris as an engineer-architect. His sons were Henry Habib Ayrout,[3] a Melkite Greek Catholic priest, his other two sons Charles and Max Ayrout, were also architects practicing in Cairo.

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  1. ^ Turrel, Denise (2003). Villes rattachées, villes reconfigurées, XVIe-XXe siècles actes du colloque de Tours. University of Tours. p. 345. ISBN 9782869061705.  
  2. ^ Ilbert, Robert (1981). Héliopolis Le Caire, 1905-1922 genèse d'une ville. Editions du Centre national de la recherche scientifique. p. 76. ISBN 9782222029540.  
  3. ^ Mitchell, Timothy (2002). Rule of Experts: Egypt, Techno-politics, Modernity. University of California Press. p. 332. ISBN 9780520232624.  

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