Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities translates the promotional film for the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade into 14 different languages

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Fri, 02 Apr 2021 - 08:47 GMT

The Egyptian Museum is decorated in preparation for the Golden Parade/Egypt Today-Samar Samir.

The Egyptian Museum is decorated in preparation for the Golden Parade/Egypt Today-Samar Samir.

 

 

 
 
CAIRO - 2 April 2021: In line with the major propaganda campaign launched by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities to promote the parade of royal mummies, which will take place tomorrow, April 3, the Ministry has translated the text of the promotional film it launched with the participation of a number of Egyptian actors into 14 different languages, including English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Spanish and Swedish  And Dutch and others.
 
 The Ministry sent this film, after its translation in various languages, to Egyptian embassies abroad, as well as to foreign embassies in Egypt, to publish it and make use of it in promoting tourism to Egypt and of the parade.
 
 It was also placed on the official pages of the ministry and the board on social networking sites like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube in the Arab and international markets, especially in the main markets exporting tourism to Egypt.
 
 It should be noted that this advertising campaign also included the purchase of advertising space on various social media sites to promote this event in a number of important tourist markets that are essential for Egyptian tourism, and among these countries are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Belarus, Ukraine, England, and Japan.  , USA, Italy, France and Germany.
 
 It is worth noting that a number of Egyptian actors participated in this promotional film, including the incredible actor Hussein Fahmy,  Asser Yassin, and Amina Khalil, through which they presented an overview of the history of each of the 22 royal mummies which will be transferred, the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat region, and its most important unique archaeological holdings.

 

 

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