Egyptian Museum in Tahrir
The restorers and archaeologists of the Grand Egyptian Museum completed the work of transferring and re-installing the second cabin of the Golden King, Tutankhamun.
These visits came on the sidelines of their current visit to Egypt to attend the second Ministerial Conference for the Environment of the Mediterranean region.
Currently, the museum is being provided with guiding boards and seating for visitors.
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.
Egypt's Ministry of Finance issued a commemorative silver coin of L.E 100 bearing the ceremonial logo in Arabic and English to document this exceptional event.
The Grand Egyptian Museum is one of the most anticipated archaeological projects.
Rumors has circulated lately that Egypt plans to demolish the museum once the Grand Egyptian Museum is inaugurated.
The archaeological reproductions factory was opened last March to be the first factory for archaeological replicas in Egypt and the Middle East.
Throughout the years, Cairo's features changed; its ancient streets became crowded, and modern architecture overshadowed the beauty of its Islamic architecture.
This came after Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities submitted integrated files that shed light on the archaeological and artistic importance of these sites.
The project's developments and ways to improve the level of tourism services in the museum were reviewed, with the aim to improve the experience of visitors and tourists.
Ancient Egyptians cared a lot about music, which played an important role in civil and religious life, in feasts, celebrations, banqueting grounds and temples.
Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razek said that there is an increasing demand to visit the hall in which the royal mummies were previously displayed.
The Tourism Recovery Summit recommends formulating a unified mechanism for travel and tourism amid the global pandemic.
On May 18 , the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir displayed an artifact that highlights the importance of doctors in ancient Egypt.
According to the UNESCO website, museums constitute a center for preservation, studies and reflection on heritage and culture. It can no longer remain aloof from the fundamental issues of our time.
The shrine consists of a ceiling decorated with a winged sun disk and eight birds placed underneath the titles of the king.
Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razzaq said that the museum is ready to receive visitors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.
On May 11, the original external gate of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has been re-installed.
Recently, the Cultural Development and Community Communication Department in the Office of the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities launched an initiative entitled "Our Story", in cooperation with the public and technical education sectors of the Ministry of Education.