Abu Simbel temples
The archaeological area in Abu Simbel witnessed the start of operation of a number of environmentally friendly electric cars.
The Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities has launched a mega-project aiming to raise the efficiency of visitor services in archaeological sites and museums Nationwide.
This program was launched by the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
The Giza Pyramids Antiquities Area came first.
Abu Simbel Temples was constructed by the most celebrated Ancient Egyptian king, Ramses II.
The site explained that Egypt possesses countless archaeological and tourist sites that distinguish it from any other place in the world.
The temple resembles a memorial of King Ramses II him and Queen Nefertari and it commemorates the king's victory in the Battle of Kadesh.
Both areas are expected to witness a high tourist turnout in the coming period.
The transfer process is considered by many as a miraculous archaeological engineering move.
On September 22, many important events took place.
The sites begin to receive visitors from 7 a.m. to four p.m. Visiting Temple of Kom Ombo will be from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On March 11, the stations of the National Seismological Network of the National Institute for Astronomical Research recorded an earthquake 48 km northwest of Abu Simbel city, without affecting the archaeological area.
After the unique solar alignment phenomenon on the sanctum of the iconic Ramses II temple, which takes place on February 22 and October 22 every year, Egypt's Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities and NAV3D present a virtual tour inside this amazing temple.
The General Authority for Cultural Palaces posted on its Facebook page a documentary film discussing the phenomenon.
The Abu Simbel Temples are two massive rock-cut temples at Abu Simbel, a village in Aswan Governorate, Upper Egypt, near the border with Sudan.
The Solar Alignment is a unique astronomical phenomenon that was created by the ancient Egyptians thousands of years ago inside the temples of Abu Simbel. It takes place twice every year on February 22 and October 22.
Among the sites that have been reopened are Abu Simbel Temples and the Philae Temple in Aswan.
The Abu Simbel Temples, located southwest of Aswan, come among the most beautiful archaeological temples in Egypt.
Five museums and eight archaeological sites reopened for visitors in the first stage.
Thirteen countries and nine Egyptian folklore bands are participating in the ceremony.