In its 3rd edition, the festival includes a group of performances that embody the splendor and beauty of heritage.
The exhibition, which lasts until October 15, aims to revive the traditional crafts and assist the small handicraft manufacturers by opening outlets to market their products.
For the third year in a row, the Canadian city of Ontario is raising the Egyptian flag on the parliament building to acquaint the world with Egypt's long history, pivotal role and precious civilization.
Head of Culture Division at the African Union Commission (AUC) Angela Martins spoke Wednesday in Aswan Forum for Peace and Development.
Google Arts and Culture launches online project titled Preserving Egypt’s Layered History.
According to the United Nations data, the Arabic language is being spoken daily by more than 290 million people.
“I was struck by the incredible history & scenery, but what I remember the most was the warm & friendly welcome of the Egyptian people,” he said.
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario approved the celebration of the Egyptian civilization and heritage month in Canada every year in July.
Fair opportunities will be available to all civil society organizations that work in the field of handicrafts and cultural heritage.
The Egyptian Embassy in Berlin launched a cultural blog to preserve and digitalize the Egyptian heritage.
Egyptian Ambassador to Germany Badr Abdel Ati has praised efforts exerted by Egypt’s leadership to maintain and digitize Egyptian heritage and pay attention to culture and civilization.
Through the doors of this agri-tourism lodge and wellness retreat, where visitors can go on their own journey to self-discovery and cherish their higher state of being.
April is the perfect month to visit Alexandria and stroll around Fouad Street, with its endless hidden gems.
Tarab Zaman group, led by Atef Imam, will perform in a musical evening on Jan. 10 at the Arab Music Institute.
Engineer Sherif Ismail, Assistant to the President on national and strategic projects, will head the committee.
According to the head of the National Organization for Urban Harmony, 200 influential individuals have already been chosen and the search for more continues.
This initiative became possible after an agreement between Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID).
The Chinese Exhibition will consist of four sections each displaying unique items from the Chinese heritage.
Princess Khadija Palace will turn it into a cultural center and a religions civilization museum
The National Organization for Urban Harmony launches the third round of the “Torathy” photography competition.