National Library & Archives
The Ministry of Culture is preparing to hold a celebration marking the 150th establishing anniversary of the National Library and Archives.
The symposium will be held on the occasion of the centenary of the February 28 declaration according to which Egypt gained its independence.
The National Library and Archives is holding an exhibition of documents and periodicals that chronicle the close relations between Egypt and Greece.
On October 21, numerous cultural and artistic events will take place.
The ambassador expressed his country's desire to establish several joint cooperation projects with the National Library & Archives.
On August 8, the General Authority of the National Library and Archives announced the start of the annual summer training activity at Dar al-Kutub.
On July 29, many important events took place.
The symposium will discuss the cultural diversity that Egypt has enjoyed since the dawn of history.
The monotheistic religions have agreed to develop and strengthen good morals among their followers through the ages.
The symposium comes within the framework of the center's keenness on emphasizing and highlighting the Egyptian role in developing and activating Egyptian-African relations after the June 30 Revolution.
The exhibition will be held on April 29 at Prince Taz Palace at 8:30 p.m., accompanied by an artistic concert for the Mevlevi Troupe. The exhibition will run for a week.
Among the exhibited documents is a statement of the types of cartouche used in seeing the crescent moon of the holy month of Ramadan on August 16, 1882.
The competition will be held from Ramadan 1 to Ramadan 27.
The seminar will be held on March 23 at 11 a.m. at Dar Al-Kutub. It will be moderated by Professor of Journalism at the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University, Awatif Abdel Rahman.
On February 15, the Obour Club Library, affiliated to the National Library and Archives, is holding a poetry evening entitled "The Heart of Sunrise".
The collection includes the personal papers and academic certificates of Sheikh Nofal granted by King Fouad, as well as other papers that belong to his wife, and a number of documents, folders and notebooks.
The General Authority of Egypt’s National Library & Archives announced a 50 percent discount on the authority’s publications on December 20, 21, on the occasion of celebrating the World Arabic Language Day.
The National Library and Archives’ General Authority, headed by Nevin Mohamed Moussa, celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
The Egyptian National Library and Archives, represented by the Center for Contemporary Egyptian History will hold an educational seminar entitled "Banque Misr Centennial", at 10:30 a.m., in the seminars hall of Dar el-Kotob in the Nile Corniche.
For the second consecutive year, the book fair at Al-Azhar University for Girls witnessed a massive turnout of female students.