This symposium comes within the framework of the interest in spreading awareness and culture, shedding light on our history and heritage, and helping to enhance participation.
On March 24 at 12 p.m., the Egyptian Public Library is organizing a symposium celebrating its 27th establishing anniversary.
The symposium will be held on February 27 at 6 p.m.
Yehia Haqqi is the main personality of the 53rd Cairo International Book Fair.
Al-Sennari Archaeological House to hold symposium 'Children's Games in Ancient Egypt' on Jan. 25
The symposium will be held in Tawfik el-Hakim Hall.
The symposium aims to shed light on the importance of the weather forecast for people, and the extent of their interaction with it or their understanding of its daily announced vocabulary.
The symposium comes within the framework of celebrating the International Day of the Arabic Language, which falls on December 18 annually.
The symposium discusses the importance of art on the psychological, social, national and economic levels.
A number of ministers, experts and intellectuals will speak at the symposium.
The seminar will provide an overview of the writings of the scholar Refa’a al-Tahtawy on the ancient Egyptian civilization and will review his contributions to the management and protection of Egyptian antiquities.
This symposium comes to put forward different ideas for youth to understand the correct concept of freedom of expression and the meaning of purposeful art.
The symposium focuses on the importance of studying Egyptian coins as a main archaeological source.
The symposium will discuss various fields of drama from theatre, to television and cinema.
During the symposium, Breast Cancer Consultant Basem Saleh will speak.
The symposium sheds light on the unknown facts that took place before and after the great diplomatic, security, economic and social victory.
The symposium revolves around the military sites established by the French campaign in Cairo.
The celebration will be held via ZOOM, where a number of senior artists, critics, musicians and writers will participate.
On October 6, Egypt’s Coptic Museum is organizing a symposium titled “Egypt’s Army, the Destroyer of Invaders”, under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.
The symposium sheds light on poems from a book that bears the same title, “An Overview of Contemporary English Poetry”.