The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization is one of the most important national projects adopted by the state, as it is one of the largest international museums as well as the only museum of its kind in Egypt, the Arab world, the Middle East and Africa.
A group of archaeologists discovered a surprise inside the belly of an Egyptian mummy of a girl who was only 5 years old when she died.
"The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will never die," is a sentence that was repeated frequently by Khaled el-Enani, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, in several different celebrations.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, representing Egypt, participated in the activities of the International Symposium of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
British scientist Ken Dark, an archaeologist from the University of Reading, published a new research in which he confirmed that he had found the house of Jesus Christ at the bottom of a monastery in the Nazareth area.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is working on equipping several archaeological museums for their official openings, including the New Administrative Capital Museum.
The year 2020 was not the most amazing year for many people. Since its early months, the world have been witnessing jaw-dropping events at a very rapid pace.
This statue is one of the largest statues of King Merneptah that was ever found, with a height of about 2.60 meters, a width of one meter, a depth of 0.75 meters, and a weight of more than four tons.
The symposium will revolve around the history and architecture of Bayt Al-Sennari [Al-Sennari House], one of the finest examples of residential buildings dating back to 1794.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Enany inaugurated on November 18 the permanent exhibition Hall No. 52 of the Egyptian Museum's upper floor.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing to transfer royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the place of their permanent display in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
The City of Arts & Culture established by the state in the New Administrative Capital is the largest artistic and cultural city in the Middle East, to become the destination of scholars, researchers and intellectuals.
The first Opera Book Fair is organized by the General Egyptian Book Organization in cooperation with a number of sectors of the ministry. The opening will be held on November 19 at 6 p.m. in the external Opera Square.
On November 14, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enani, announced the discovery of 100 delicately colored coffins, and 40 dazzling statues, in the Saqqara antiquities area.
Evidence indicates that Egyptian surgeons adhered to medical papyrus guidelines regarding treating gynecological problems.
On November 17, 1869, the Suez Canal was opened to global navigation, a day after the legendary opening was attended by a number of the most important personalities in the world, led by Empress Eugenie, Empress of France.
Archaeological researcher Ahmed Amer said that children in ancient Egypt had a special place within the family and among members of society.
The exhibition is held in celebration of Prince Mohammad Ali Tawfiq's 145th birth anniversary, who established the Manial Palace to commemorate and honor Islamic arts.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities continues excavation work through various archaeological missions, whether Egyptian or foreign.
The tomb of the golden boy that ruled Egypt was not the only one that was discovered containing its full belongings. Archaeologists found many complete pharaonic tombs.