By Islam Abdulfattah

(photo feature) CAIRO, March 26 (KUNA) -- Every Ramadan, Egyptians eagerly compete to adorn the streets, homes, shops, and cafes in celebration of this holly month. While lanterns and crescent moons were traditional decoration that symbolize the arrival of Ramadan, these traditions have diversified and evolved in recent years. They now include modern lighting forms, colorful "Khayamiya" fabrics and beloved traditional Ramadan characters that appeal to people of all ages, enriching the festive atmosphere. (end)