Egyptian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities
Under the title "How Much Do You Know About Egypt?", American newspaper The New York Times launched on its website, a quiz presented in an interesting way to ask the world about Egypt.
The bloggers who visited Egypt enjoy tremendous popularity in their countries, as each of them is followed by at least half a million social media users.
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is currently discussing ways to cooperate with the Ministry of Youth and Sports to promote sports tourism, and benefit from international and local sports events to promote Egyptian tourism.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, represented by the Egyptian General Authority for Tourism Promotion, through its office in the Haram area, honored the children who won the "Draw the Pyramids of Giza" competition on Sept. 1.
Various Egyptian museums will start to receive visitors on Sept. 1, as the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced the reopening of museums and archaeological sites after being closed since March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, represented by the Supreme Council of Antiquities, has completed the installation of the first transparent protection screen around the pulpit of the Sultan Abu al-'Ila Archaeological Mosque.
The Supreme Council of Antiquities completed the restoration of three monasteries in the city of Naqada, Qena Governorate. The council will officially launch them on Aug. 19.
The decision asserted that these artifacts would be under the direct supervision and full control of the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.
The acclaimed archaeologist confirmed that all matters related to the science of mummification have been revealed, and there are no more secrets as claimed by many.
The Sharm El Sheikh Museum is among the projects that the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has placed on the map of openings during the coming period.
This training workshop came within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities plan to raise the efficiency of workers in the tourism and antiquities sector.
The Royal Chariots Museum is considered one of the rarest museums, as it is the fourth of its kind in the world after the museums of Russia, England and Austria.
The palace represents various architectural styles combined in one masterpiece. It is considered a model of Rococo art.
Sharm El-Sheikh Museum showcases the different aspects of Egyptian civilization by displaying a selection of artifacts that have been carefully chosen from various museums in Egypt.
The Cultural Development and Community Communication Department of the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities organized a guided tour for a number of visually-impaired youths at the Baron Palace in Heliopolis, in cooperation with Ain Misr Association.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities stressed the importance of raising tourism and archaeological awareness among citizens.
The booklet acquaints the children with the great effort exerted by the Egyptian state to restore the historical palace, encouraging them to learn about their country’s history and heritage.
During the convention, ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation between these two countries and Egypt were discussed, especially in the field of tourism and antiquities.
Once completed, the museum will become an important cultural beacon in the governorates of Upper Egypt.
On April 18, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities announced via the internet a new archaeological discovery in Saqqara Necropolis.