Egyptian-German archaeological mission restoring Esna Temple succeeds in revealing dazzling inscriptions, reliefs.
The two-day training program discussed a set of sales skills, dealing with visitors, and pricing.
This awareness symposium comes within the framework of the ministry’s plan to raise the efficiency of citizens who work in tourism and deal with Egyptian and foreign tourists nationwide.
The Services Development Committee is now following up on the work of developing and rehabilitating the site and raising the efficiency of its services
The joint Egyptian-German mission between the Antiquities Registration Center of the Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities and the Egyptology Department at the German University of Tübingen started the works of the sixth season of the project of restoring and documenting the Esna Temple (Temple of Khnum) in Luxor Governorate.
The Egyptian Archaeological Mission working at Lisht necropolis area, Giza, uncovered a rocky cemetery, located at the north east of Senusret I pyramid.