CAIRO – 11 November 2021: Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Enani said that the ministry is providing Luxor Governorate with immense support to hold a grand celebration for the world to see it in its new look.
This event comes in celebration of the completion of Luxor's significant restoration projects, including a project to reveal the path of major processions in ancient Egypt, known as the "Rams Road".
During his current visit to Luxor to follow up on the preparations for the grand celebration to promote tourism in Luxor, Minister Enani and Governor of Luxor Mustafa Elham, inspected the ongoing development work in the streets and squares surrounding Luxor and Karnak temples, where the celebration will be held.
Enani began his tour in Luxor by inspecting the areas surrounding Luxor Temple and the Corniche Road, where he directed the necessity of raising the efficiency of roads and sidewalks, as well as paying more attention to the trees, palms, and plant basins located along the Corniche Road and various squares.
Furthermore, Enani instructed the completion of painting the fences, lighting poles, and facades of the tourist bazaars located on the road, to complete the civilized appearance of the entire region.
It is worth noting that this celebration aims to shed light on the tourism and archaeological components that characterize Luxor, especially in light of the Egyptian state’s efforts to develop and raise the efficiency of the infrastructure of the governorate, and restore the Hall of Columns in Karnak Temples and the road for major processions known as “The Rams Road.”