Ministry of Culture
During the solar alignment, sun rays enter the temple’s sanctum to light three of four statues.
On October 19, the embassies of Latin American countries, Spain and Portugal will launch a photo exhibition entitled "Ibero-American Cities".
The troupe will present several religious songs within the Ministry of Culture’s celebrations of Prophet Mohammed’s birth anniversary [Al-Mawlid Al-Nabawi].
The troupe will present a selection of folkloric dances that highlight the Egyptian character and the authentic Egyptian heritage.
The cultural evening, moderated by Hisham Azmy, begins with the screening of a short documentary film about Senegal.
The cooperation agreement includes an executive program between the two sides for the years 2021-2023.
Abdel Dayem will also represent Egypt during the celebration of the centenary of the founding of the kingdom, which is held under the patronage of King Abdullah II.
This comes as part of the Ministry of Culture's celebrations of the glorious October 6th victory.
Abdel Dayem further pointed out to the importance of cultural exchange in shaping human awareness and conscience, and consolidating relations between different peoples.
Abdel Dayem explained that folklore is one of the components of the Egyptian cultural and civilizational heritage.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem said that the October victories represent an eternal memory of the Egyptians’ ability to overcome challenges.
During the opening ceremony, ten from the pioneers of the Egyptian theater in its various fields will be honored.
Tharwat Okasha is considered a pioneer and the founder of cultural work in Egypt as the country’s first Minister of Culture.
The troupe will present a variety of songs from the folklore and Nubian heritage, in addition to the El-Tanoura Dance show.
Field Marshal Mohammad Hussein Tantawi passed away on September 21 at the age of 85.
The winning show will be produced and staged at one of the state's theaters.
The inaugural ceremony is preceded by the opening of a caricature exhibition entitled "Women of the Stage" presented by the Arab Caricature Museum and its founder, artist Imad Gomaa.
Abdel Dayem said that the initiative's first and second batches fulfilled its goals to create a new generation of innovators in the field of traditional crafts.
Head of the Supreme Council of Culture Hisham Azmy began the evening by praising the Cultural Relations Initiative, which begins its second year.
The book fair is held as part of the celebrations of choosing Port Said as Egypt’s Capital of Culture.