Egypt’s maestro Nader Abbassi dazzles the whole world with his unique music



Sun, 04 Apr 2021 - 04:11 GMT


Sun, 04 Apr 2021 - 04:11 GMT

File: Nader Abbassi.

File: Nader Abbassi.

CAIRO - 4 April 2021:Egypt’s Maestro Nader Abbassi conducted the United Philharmonic Orchestra with 120 musicians and 100 singers for a monumental new composition by Egyptian composer Hesham Nazih at the Pharaohs Golden Parade.

Abbassi managed to dazzle the whole world through his unique performance during the parade in every sense of the word.

The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade kicked off from Cairo’s Tahrir Square on April 3, at exactly 6:30 p.m.



The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade moved from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to its final destination in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, arriving at exactly 8:30 p.m. as scheduled.


The military musical troupe provided a dazzling performance taking the 22 Royal mummies to National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.


Horse carts roam the area in front of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.


Ancient Egyptian music was played in a mystical atmosphere.


The brave Egyptian knights were  moving with proud in the breath taking Pharaohs Golden Parade.


The 22 Royal mummies started their  last magical journey roaming Cairo streets.


The special ancient Egyptian vehicles carried the royal mummies proceed to their way to NMEC.


The Pharaohs' Golden Parade kicked off to move 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies, including 18 kings and four queens, to roam the streets of Cairo to their new resting place at the Egyptian Museum of Egyptian civilization.


Cairo was shining embracing the 22 Royal mummies with joy and pride.



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