The Cabinet's Information and Decision Support Center released earlier this week a report on four Egyptian villages that have significance in certain industries on the global level.
Pottery is still a tradition in the New Valley (What) governorate, and locals try to revive the craft by modernizing it and making newer decor items from baked clay.
Ostraca are potsherds.
The Egyptian archaeological mission working in the area of Tel Kom Aziza in Al-Beheira Governorate discovered the remains of a huge pottery workshop, dating back to the Greco-Roman era.
If you take the Damanhur-Desouq Road in Lower Egypt, the beautiful handmade pottery exhibitions that decorate the road will definitely capture your eyes.
The Ministry of Antiquities found hundreds of pottery vessels, dating back to the beginning of the Greco-Roman era, the Coptic era and the Islamic era.
Darb 1718 is launching a one-day Pottery workshop for children and their families, on December 16 and December 23.
On Day of the girl, the world celebrates every courageous girl who struggles for her freedom, education, safety, dignity and future.
The seventh edition of the annual Tunis Village Festival will kick off on October 19 and will run to October 21.
Bayt al-Sinnari will organise the seventh edition of Men Fat Ademo Tah (whoever does not get back to his past, will get lost) Festival.
Families of Fayoum’s Tunis village closed their pottery ateliers to protest the government’s move to acquire the local’s lands to build a new police station.