The 46th round of the Cairo International Book Fair received in its first day about 200,000 visitors.
This number dropped to 120,000 visitors in its 7th day.
The Family Library Project's pavilion witnessed the highest turnout of visitors.
Books written by Egyptian reformer and Imam Rifa'a Rafi al-Tahtawi recorded highest sale rates.
A number of cultural events were organized on the sidelines of the annual event.
The annual book fair has been taking place since 1969, in the Fair Zone located in Nasr City, which has the biggest fairgrounds in Cairo.