Abdel Dayem stated that the Faisal Book Fair has become a major annual event for the people of Giza Governorate.
The festival will be held from March 3 to March 5 in Egypt’s Qena.
The General Egyptian Book Organization will hold a press conference to announce the details of the 53rd Cairo International Book Fair on January 17, at Al-Manara Exhibitions Center in the Fifth Settlement.
The troupe, led by director Hani el-Nabulsi, will present various folk performances.
It is worth noting that the Cairo Newspaper is a cultural newspaper issued weekly by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture.
For the second consecutive year, the book fair at Al-Azhar University for Girls witnessed a massive turnout of female students.
On Behalf of Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, Head of the General Egyptian Book Organization Haitham el-Hag Ali and Qus Abram Emil, Under-Secretary of Pope Tawadros II in Alexandria, inaugurated the book fair at St. Mark's Cathedral.
The book fair was the first of its kind, and was held in El-Hanager Theater, on an area of 850 square meters.
This includes a set of recorded activities and competitions to enrich the knowledge of Egyptians of all ages, in addition to specialized content for children.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem announced the Ramadan agenda, which comes under the umbrella of the e-initiative “Stay At Home, Culture is Between Your Hands”.
The Ministry of Culture announced that the number of visitors to the Cairo International Book Fair in its 51st edition exceeded 600K visitors by the evening of January 26.
The music booth managed by the General Egyptian Book Organization at the 51st Cairo International Book Fair attracted hundreds of visitors on Jan. 27.
The book fair will run until Feb. 4, 2020. Gamal Hemdan is the book fair’s main personality.
Sales officials at the GEBO’s booth at the Book Fair stated that copies of the encyclopedia are sold out every day within only half an hour or so.
The Ministry of Culture is preparing to launch a huge cultural and artistic program to celebrate Cairo as the capital of Islamic culture in 2020.
During her visit, the head of the Polish delegation called on Egypt to participate in the Poland International Book Fair.
Minister of Culture Inas Abd El-Dayem has dedicated the Church of St. Mark in Alexandria a library of the Ministry.
The website will provide all the press outlets with information regarding the book fair, such as special coverage and events.
“Wasf Masr” (Describing Egypt) Encyclopedia will be re-printed