The transfer process is considered by many as a miraculous archaeological engineering move.
The conference aims to develop the culture of archaeologists.
On September 22, many important events took place.
The house where he lived during the years of this mission remain until today and has become a touristic site that many would like to visit.
This awareness symposium comes within the framework of the ministry’s plan to raise the efficiency of citizens who work in tourism and deal with Egyptian and foreign tourists nationwide.
According to a statement issued by the Spanish Embassy in Cairo on Wednesday, the current session will carry the title "Egypt 2021: In the Footsteps of Herodotus".
The free visit was granted to them by Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities as a gift for their marriage in Luxor.
The project to modernize and restore the Al-Kebbash Road in Luxor is one of the most important archaeological projects that the state is currently implementing.
The Services Development Committee is now following up on the work of developing and rehabilitating the site and raising the efficiency of its services
Enani expressed his happiness with the opening of Wekalat Al-Gedawi after the completion of its restoration, describing it as wonderful.
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enani asserted that President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is closely following up all tourism and archaeological projects nationwide.
Al-Kebbash Road is the road that connects the Luxor Temple with the Karnak Temples.
At present, the final touches are placed prior to its launching in a majestic event befitting the grandiose ancient Egyptian civilization.
Upon arrival, the Russian tourists were presented with roses, souvenirs and promotional materials about the Egyptian tourist destinations in Russian.
The Spanish tourist group was keen to travel to Cairo to visit the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization and enjoy the unique artifacts housed in the museum.
60 percent of restoration of Great Pillar Hall of Karnak Temple completed.
On August 1, the office of the General Egyptian Authority for Tourism Promotion in Luxor received the first charter flights coming from France to Luxor.
On this day, July 28, 2001, Egypt retrieved the head statue of Nefertari, the wife of Pharaoh Ramses II, and six stolen papyrus scrolls after they were smuggled to Britain during the nineties from a warehouse in Saqqara, south of Cairo.
With the onset of the early morning breezes near the Temple of Hatshepsut on the western mainland, you are on a date with a journey full of excitement and fun in Luxor skies.
This came in light of the directives of the Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, during his recent visit to Luxor and Aswan.