Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization inaugurated the Royal Mummies Hall on April 18.
Kafr El-Sheikh Museum received a multinational delegation of American University faculty members residing in Egypt.
A month after receiving and placing the fourth shrine of King Tutankhamun in its display case in the hall dedicated to the Golden King’s treasures in the Grand Egyptian Museum, the museum received Tutankhamun’s third shrine.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities released a video of the restoration work of the dome of the shrine of Imam Al-Shafei, which was inaugurated on World Heritage Day on April 18.
The Royal Mummies Hall of Egypt’s National Museum of Egyptian Civilization opens its door to visitors in line with the celebrations of World Heritage Day, which falls on April 18.
Fourteen of the Royal Mummies were placed in two display boxes in NMEC's Mummies Hall, in preparation for receiving visitors on World Heritage Day which falls on April 18, 2021.
A total of 944 pieces are displayed in the museum.
Assistant Minister of Tourism and Antiquities to control hotel facilities, shops, and tourist activities Abdel Fattah Al-Assi made an inspection visit to South Sinai.
The German News Agency shed light on a tour with renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, while he was explaining the secrets of the Lost City that was discovered in Luxor.
During the meeting, they discussed the possibility of organizing a celebration marking the 40th anniversary of the rescue of the Philae Temple in Aswan and printing a book narrating the rescue operation that took place.
The city is dubbed the “Rising of Aten” and was discovered by the renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, head of the Egyptian mission in the west of Luxor Governorate.
Saied affirmed the depth of cultural relations between Egypt and Tunisia, being a vital and effective bridge to achieve constructive communication between the people of both countries.
The honoring took place in Cairo Opera’s Grand Theater in the presence of Magdy Saber, president of the Egyptian Opera House.
This website focuses on an area exceptionally rich in tangible and intangible cultural heritage in the area known as the "Desert of the Mamluks” which contains Muslim cemeteries built since the Middle Ages.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat received thousands of Egyptian and foreign visitors on April 9, 10, to visit the Central Exhibition Hall that was inaugurated during the reception of the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade on April 3.
The General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum project and the surrounding area Atef Moftah convened with the working team responsible to install artifacts in the two halls of King Tutankhamun.
The course aims to raise the efficiency of archaeologists working in the ministry and create cadres in specializations such as studying the history of archaeological pottery.
On April 8, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el- Enany visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization days after its opening. He met with tourists from the Czech Republic.
Its history spans back to the reign of King Amenhotep III. The city continued to be used by King Tutankhamun, that is, 3000 years ago.
The World Heritage Committee of the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included the Egyptian Museum in its tentative list of World Heritage sites.