Egyptian Museum in Tahrir
The World Heritage Committee of the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included the Egyptian Museum in its tentative list of World Heritage sites.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has dazzled the world since 1902. Work is now underway to develop it in cooperation with the European Union.
King Ramses III is the last of the great “warrior pharaohs” of the New Kingdom.
King Siptah was appointed to the throne of Egypt as a boy, placed there by a powerful official named Bay.
The mummy of King Seti II, the fifth pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty, was discovered in 1898 in the Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV 35) in Valley of the Kings, Luxor.
In light of The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade, the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will temporarily close its doors to visitors on April 3, provided that the period of reception of visitors extends on April 2, until 7:00 p.m. instead of 5:00 pm.
Through the website, visitors can book entry tickets at the comfort of their homes, look at various artifacts and a lot more! The website is a digital window to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
One of the most beautiful and best-preserved of the royal sepulchers is the tomb of Seti I in the Valley of the Kings, with wall decorations in vivid colors.
King Ramses II signed the first known peace treaty in history with the Hittites and was remembered as a great warrior.
The page showcases a number of the most important archaeological holdings displayed in the museum that explain different eras
22 kings from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will be heading to their permanent residence in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fostat.
The 55,000 year-old skeleton, which is considered the oldest skeleton in Egypt, will be exhibited in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
King Amenhotep II was remembered as a great sportsman.
Discovered in the Deir el-Bahari Cache (TT 320), west of Luxor in 1881, the mummy of the king will be transferred with the royal mummies in The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the NMEC on April 3, 2021.
The crew members toured the Giza Pyramids' archeological site, where they visited the Great Pyramids, the Panorama area and the Sphinx area.
Hatshepsut’s achievements as a powerful queen and then a ruling pharaoh have made her one of the most famous figures in ancient Egypt history.
This royal mummy will be transported in a magnificent parade, The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade, on April 3 from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
Thutmose I became king after Amenhotep I died without an heir. He came to the throne around the age of 40.
It will be among the 22 royal mummies transferred in the Pharaohs’ Golden Parade set for April 3, 2021.
These pieces will be transferred successively, as they do not need restoration.