Grand Egyptian Museum
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.
The entire world is highly anticipating the official launch of the Grand Egyptian Museum.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has given directives to form an integrated system for the management and maintenance of different districts and facilities at the New Administrative Capital, particularly the central area, the governmental district and public utilities, installations and facilities.
Minister of Tourism & Antiquities follows up ontransfer of heavy objects, exhibition halls of King Tutankhamun at Grand Egyptian Museum
Assistant Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Archaeological Affairs at the Grand Egyptian Museum El-Tayeb Abbas said that the condition of the wood of the Second Khufu Solar Ship differs from that of the first ship wood.
The convention was held to discuss ways of cooperation between the two sides in current and future projects.
Hawass said that this event is a strong promotional means for culture and tourism in Egypt.
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enani asserted that President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is closely following up all tourism and archaeological projects nationwide.
Hassan Allam coalition officials and representatives began the workshop with a detailed presentation reviewing the strategy of operating services in the museum
The work of assembling and restoring the second Khufu Solar Ship will take nearly 3 years to be fully completed.
Egypt’s Ministry Of Tourism & Antiquities uploads a video documenting the transfer process of Khufu’s Solar Ship to the Grand Egyptian Museum.
Khufu’s Solar Ships were discovered by Egyptian archaeologist and journalist Kamal el-Malakh in 1954.
The Grand Egyptian Museum is one of the most anticipated archaeological projects.
Rumors has circulated lately that Egypt plans to demolish the museum once the Grand Egyptian Museum is inaugurated.
The American Time magazine, in its annual classification, chose Cairo to be among the list of the 100 greatest destinations in the world for the year 2021.
Egypt’s Grand Egyptian Museum holds a second successful simulation for transferring the 1st King Khufu boat.
A number of topics related to the latest developments in the museum and the surrounding area were discussed.
Ambassador of Japan to Cairo Noke Masaki expressed his appreciation of the fruitful cooperation between the two countries in the fields of tourism and culture.
“Egypt is not a historical country. Egypt came before history.” This is how the Egyptian Nobel laureate, writer Naguib Mahfouz, expressed the status of Egyptian civilization and its progress.
Khaled El-Enani discussed numerous aspects of the work carried out in the Grand Egyptian Museum, in addition to the transfer process of Khufu’s First Solar Ship.