Grand Egyptian Museum
Grand Egyptian Museum wins the Green Building award from Environment & Development Forum
The first lecture was held for 550 participants, and due to the high turnout another lecture was arranged for about 700 attendees.
Egypt’s minister of Tourism&Antiquities visits Grand Egyptian Museum to follow up on the operational developments of the museum
The Tanis Collection contains a large number of distinguished artifacts, amounting to 2000 rare pieces.
The 1st opera of its kind about Tutankhamun life to be premiered in front of Hatshepsut Temple on November 5
The training program is held in cooperation with UNESCO.
A unique wall of hieroglyphs bearing names of Egypt’s renowned kings, queens to welcome Grand Egyptian Museum’s visitors
The transport, restoration and installment of antiquities are completed by 98 percent.
Egypt’s GEM’s open spaces reflect the significance of nature in ancient Egypt
The award is granted once every 2 years.
ET reviews the latest updates on the Grand Egyptian Museum.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi urged completing the preparations of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) located in Giza in a way that reflects the greatness and uniqueness of the ancient Egyptian civilization.
The engineering brilliance of pyramidal form is celebrated throughout exterior design of Grand Egyptian Museum
All the artifacts were documented before the transfer process and a detailed status report was prepared for each piece.
More than 5,000 artifacts belonging to King Tutankhamun will be exhibited on an area of 7,000 meters.
The Grand Egyptian Museum will be the first museum in Egypt to be certified as a green building.
The report shed light on the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, the Grand Egyptian Museum, the Mummification Museum in Luxor, the Luxor Museum, and the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.
The sun shines on face of colossal statue of King Ramses II at Grand Egyptian Museum every year on February 21
The artifacts housed in the Grand Egyptian Museum will include the complete collection of King Tutankhamun.
The Grand Egyptian Museum will house over 50,000 antiquities.