Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities, represented by the General Administration of Historic Cairo, is implementing the first project to gentrify the Qaitbay Archaeological Complex, which dates back to the Mamluk era (885 AH / 1481 AD), to use it as a heritage hotel.
Sotheby’s Auction House in London presented an auction which included four Egyptian manuscripts.
Minister of Antiquities, Dr. Khaled al-Anany, revealed that there were several problems that arose during the restoration of al-Maridany Mosque in el-Darb el-Ahmar district in Cairo, due to the groundwater and sewage, which negatively affected it.
The manuscript last appeared in the archives of the Egyptian Book House during the end of the 19th century, specifically in 1892.
Whether you are a fan of Islamic heritage or not, it takes one visit to the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo to become one.
The General Authority for National Library and Archives at the Ministry of Culture has republished ‘The Gift of Abdel Kasser to King Nasser bin el-Saadat bin Quatbay’.
The Documentary Cinema Salon will be held in Prince Taz palace creativity center, where 'The Legend of Abdel Hadey' to be screened at the palace.