The symposium sheds light on the unknown facts that took place before and after the great diplomatic, security, economic and social victory.
The symposium revolves around the military sites established by the French campaign in Cairo.
The celebration will be held via ZOOM, where a number of senior artists, critics, musicians and writers will participate.
On October 6, Egypt’s Coptic Museum is organizing a symposium titled “Egypt’s Army, the Destroyer of Invaders”, under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.
The symposium sheds light on poems from a book that bears the same title, “An Overview of Contemporary English Poetry”.
The symposium will be held in Huda Wasfi Hall in El-Hanager Arts Center in Egypt’s Opera House.
Within the ‘City Memory’ series, Egypt’s National Organization for Urban Harmony is preparing a documentary book to chronicle the architectural, historical and social life of the historic Garden City neighborhood in Cairo.
The symposium will discuss the cultural diversity that Egypt has enjoyed since the dawn of history.
Architecture is the most comprehensive expression of human culture and collective behavior.
The monotheistic religions have agreed to develop and strengthen good morals among their followers through the ages.
According to President of the Heliopolis Association Nabil Helmy, the symposium sheds light on the most prominent features of Egyptian politics in this era, dealing with terrorism and extremist ideology as an issue of top priority.
The symposium focuses on introducing the history of glass, its characteristics and stages of manufacture, as well as introducing its arts and uses through the ages, with a focus on the modern era.
The symposium will be presented by the poet Mohamed Bahgat, with the participation of the veteran artist Samira Abdel Aziz.
A number of representatives of high-ranking international institutions and universities will participate in the symposium to exchange ideas, visions and opinions on the future of the Islamic world.
On April 1 at 3 p.m., Al-Sennari House, affiliated to the Cultural Communication Sector at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, is organizing a free symposium under the title "Carving on Wood" inspired by Islamic Arts.
The symposium was held as part of the celebration of the Egyptian Women's Day and Mother's Day. Mothers of the martyrs of the Egyptian police and army were honored.
The seminar will be held on March 23 at 11 a.m. at Dar Al-Kutub. It will be moderated by Professor of Journalism at the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University, Awatif Abdel Rahman.
The symposium includes a presentation and discussion of a number of Arabic translations of some historical works which dealt with Cairo.
Egyptian producer and director Enaam Mohamed Ali, and writer and scriptwriter Magdy Saber will lecture during the symposium.
On February 23 at 12 p.m., the Committee for Combating Extremism and Terrorism at the Supreme Council of Culture will organize a symposium on "Fourth and Fifth Generation Wars and their Relationship to Extremism and Terrorism” in the council’s Main Hall.