CAIRO – 1 September 2021: Upon the invitation Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled El-Enani, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat received on August 31 the Spanish couple who announced their marriage in Luxor.
The Spanish newlyweds - Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities
The Spanish couple toured the Central Exhibition Halls, the Mummies Hall and the Ain Al-Sira Lake area.
During the tour, the newlyweds thanked Enani for this wonderful chance to visit the museum as a gift on the occasion of their marriage. They described the visit as pleasant and unexpected, especially that they were fascinated by the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade held in April, which they watched in Spain.
They also expressed their happiness with seeing the Royal Mummies after their visit to the Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, which made their trip to Egypt a distinctive experience. They further highlighted their admiration for the artifacts displayed in the museum, which illustrate the ancient Egyptian civilization through different historical eras.
It is worth noting that Enani met with these newlyweds last Sunday during his visit to Luxor Governorate, to inaugurate Wekalat Al-Geddawi in the city of Esna after the completion of its restoration.