Egyptian Museum Tahrir
The historic event that the world witnessed on April 3, 2021, in the presence of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, is considered one of the most important historical events ever.
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.
This came on the sidelines of his presence in Egypt within the current official visit of the President of the Republic of South Korea.
During their 2-hour tour, the delegation visited the various exhibition halls of the museum.
The artifacts were placed in wooden boxes and include a collection of personal antiquities of King Tutankhamun.
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities began to activate the electronic ticketing system for Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada museums, in addition to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir currently displays the head of King Senusret III at the main entrance as the artifact of the month, to shed light on the legal system in ancient Egypt.
A few artifacts located in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir are to be transferred to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
The world eagerly anticipates the exit of the 22 kings from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, heading to their permanent residence in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fostat.
During the tour to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, the children listened to an explanation about the history of the museum’s construction and the most prominent of its holdings.
What will happen at the time of the transfer of King Tutankhamun’s mask? Will there be a procession to transport the mask like the royal mummies?
Dr. Nour Mohamed Badr, a restoration specialist at the Grand Museum affirmed that the first restoration of the canopy of King Tutankhamen was carried out with the latest scientific methods.
Sabah Abdel Razeq stated that the museum has been witnessing a high demand in Egyptian and Foreign visitors.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir presents this week a round bottle made of marble and four bronze coins dating back to the Roman era.