Greater Cairo Library
The symposium will be held in the library’s terrace overlooking the Nile, while adhering to all the safety measures set by the state to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
The symposium will be led by Khaled Okasha, director general of the Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies, and moderated by Yasser Othman, director general of the Greater Cairo Library.
The Greater Cairo Library, affiliated to the Cultural Production Affairs Sector, will hold a seminar entitled "Egypt and Sudan: Toward Future Relationships" at 4 p.m. on Aug. 16.
The Greater Cairo Library, affiliated to the Cultural Production Sector, will hold a seminar to discuss "Corona and Bioterrorism" at 6 p.m. on July 28 at the library’s headquarters in Zamalek.
The Greater Cairo Library will hold a symposium on "Positives & Negatives of July 23 Revolution" on July 22 at the library’s headquarters in Zamalek at 6 p.m. to celebrate the anniversary of July 23 Revolution.
The study also stated that the ancient Egyptian people welcomed migrants and that the Hyksos people built a city in Egypt’s Delta.
The Greater Cairo Library will discuss the book "Cairo, the History of Ancient Cities and the Guide to Modern Cities", at 6:00 pm on July 15.
The symposium will be held according to health controls set by Egypt’s Ministry of Health, with an attendance rate of 25 percent of the total capacity, with all health precautions taken.
The celebration also includes an exhibition featuring a collection of Islamic paintings.
The celebration will be held under the title "Cairo: The Gate to the East and the Mecca of travelers and orientalists".