Egyptian Museum in Tahrir
The Tanis Collection contains a large number of distinguished artifacts, amounting to 2000 rare pieces.
Among these artifacts are the statues of Kings Djoser, Khufu [Cheops], Khafre, and Menkaure, the two Meidum Geese paintings, and the blue Egyptian faience.
The participants praised such visits that help acquaint them with the ancient Egyptian civilization and enrich their experiences.
The Narmer Palette is made of green schist stone.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir contains a large collection of artifacts.
ET sheds light on the statue of King Khafre, builder of the second largest pyramid in Giza.
During the visit, the band members expressed their fascination with the ancient Egyptian treasures housed in the museum.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has dazzled the world since 1902.
Her visit included a tour inside the two museums.
The report shed light on the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, the Grand Egyptian Museum, the Mummification Museum in Luxor, the Luxor Museum, and the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.
The Grand Egyptian Museum will house over 50,000 antiquities.
The artifacts are set to be prepared to be showcased in the main exhibition halls.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir received a delegation of the contestants participating in the 28th International Competition of the Holy Qur’an, from 40 countries.
The museum received delegations from about 42 countries participating in the Egypt International Exhibition for Military and Defense Industries "EDEX 2021".
Baréty was received by CEO of the Museum Authority Ahmed Ghoneim and Executive Vice President of the Museum Authority for Management and Operation Firouz Fikri.
This comes within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities' strategy for a comprehensive digital transformation of archaeological sites and museums.
On the occasion of the 119th anniversary of the founding of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities launched the museum's website.
The exhibition aims to shed light on the veneration customs in Egypt through different historical eras.
The restorers and archaeologists of the Grand Egyptian Museum completed the work of transferring and re-installing the second cabin of the Golden King, Tutankhamun.
These visits came on the sidelines of their current visit to Egypt to attend the second Ministerial Conference for the Environment of the Mediterranean region.