On August 22, 1911, the Mona Lisa, one of the most famous international paintings of the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, disappeared, causing a great uproar in the world.
The painting depict an extraordinary banquet with a crowd of around 130 different figures in a glow of light and color.
Among the artifacts seized is the Fayum Mummy Portrait.
The Guardian newspaper reported that the British Museum has become the latest institution to distance itself from the Sackler family accused of profiting from the opioid crisis in the United States.
Her visit included a tour inside the two museums.
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In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on November 8.
On August 10, many important events took place.
France’s Louvre Museum is getting ready to reopen almost four months after COVID-19 forced it to close, but visitors will find one feature missing: the heaving crowd jostling to get a view of the “Mona Lisa”.
The Louvre museum in Paris will reopen on July 6, it said on Friday, as France’s historical and cultural sites emerge gradually from the coronavirus lockdown.
The development project ,which will last for three years, is the first phase of a mega project that includes major developments in the Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian minister of Antiquities Khaled Anany announced that the Ministry received an international grant of € 3 million to develop the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square.