The participants expressed their admiration of the various models of papyrus displayed to highlight the splendor of ancient Egyptian art throughout the ages.
On June 26, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat hosted a group of 50 young Syrian, Yemeni, Iraqi and Sudanese refugees.
Egyptian museums contain millions of rare artifacts from various ancient Egyptian eras. Each piece narrates a story that is thousands of years old.
During the tour, the members of the delegation expressed their happiness with the visit.
The historic event that the world witnessed on April 3, 2021, in the presence of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, is considered one of the most important historical events ever.
Dibani sang on the most famous theaters in Europe, including the Paris and Berlin Operas
During the holy month of Ramadan, the Supreme Council of Antiquities has approved new operating times for all museums and archaeological areas affiliated with the council nationwide.
The initial release of the museum's mobile application took place last December in cooperation with IPMagiX.
The museum received delegations from about 42 countries participating in the Egypt International Exhibition for Military and Defense Industries "EDEX 2021".
This comes within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities' strategy for a comprehensive digital transformation of archaeological sites and museums.
The free visit was granted to them by Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities as a gift for their marriage in Luxor.
CEO of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization Ahmed Ghoneim explained that the idea of displaying these pieces comes among the new ideas proposed by the museum’s administration.
Hawass said that this event is a strong promotional means for culture and tourism in Egypt.
Inside the hall, fifty ancient coffins are displayed. Fifteen of the coffins are displayed for the first time for the public.
King Merenptah was the son of the Great Ramses II. He spans back to the 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom era.
Hatshepsut’s achievements as a powerful queen and then a ruling pharaoh have made her one of the most famous figures in ancient Egypt history.
This royal mummy will be transported in a magnificent parade, The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade, on April 3 from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
Thutmose I became king after Amenhotep I died without an heir. He came to the throne around the age of 40.
Enani said that among the most prominent recent discoveries was the unearthing of more than 100 coffins sealed more than 2000 years ago, in the Saqqara antiquities area.
Social media users circulated photos documenting the preparations and equipment for transporting 22 royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the place for their permanent display in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fostat.