The Egyptian Railways Authority completed the restoration of the royal train dating back to the era of King Farouk.
The museum, which has been closed for 32 years, has been redeveloped over the past years, in preparation for its opening in 2022.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 20.
The celebration will include numerous activities, ranging from film screenings, to a photo exhibition and a musical performance.
On July 29, many important events took place.
On July 26, many important events took place.
It is the day that coincides with the departure of King Farouk on board the "Mahrousa" yacht, on his way to exile in Italy, following the revolution of July 23, 1952.
On May 6, many important events took place.
Today marks the fifth death anniversary of “The Professor” Mohammad Hassanein Heikal, one of the most prominent Egyptian journalists of the 20th century.
On February 4, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Today marks the 69th anniversary of the Cairo fire, a great fire that broke out on January 26, 1952 in several facilities in Cairo.
“Abdel Nasser was a patriot who extremely loved his nation … and his Arab World.”
A tour inside the corridors of the Fine Arts Museum in Alexandria is presented to the public.
Samir Sabri succeeded in convincing the “butterfly” of the cinema and oriental dance Samia Gamal to return to the dancing scene where she excelled.
In the centennial of his birth: ET exposes the most prominent dramatic works that portrayed the personality and life of late Egyptian President Sadat.
King Abdulaziz Foundation has issued a new book on the first Saudi royal visit to Egypt, which was carried out by the late King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al Saud in 1946.
The company producing the movie “Harb Karmooz” released the official trailer of the movie, which is expected to premiere during the upcoming Eid el Fitr.
The Royal Train will begin to serve tourism from Alexandria to Aswan.
King Farouk’s personalized Patek Philippe, Reference 1518 timepiece was auctioned off at the Dubai Watch Auction for $912,500 on Friday.
King Farouk of Egypt’s personalized Patek Philippe, Reference 1518, will be up for auction in Dubai on March 23.