Pyramid of Djoser
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced opening the southern tomb of King Djoser in Saqqara to visitors.
Sources within the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities confirmed that the new discovery will be different from the discoveries that have been recently announced.
The crew members toured the Giza Pyramids' archeological site, where they visited the Great Pyramids, the Panorama area and the Sphinx area.
In October 2020, and in an international press conference attended by more the 50 ambassadors from around the world, the Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities announced the discovery of 59 sealed and colored sarcophagi from the Twenty-Sixth Dynasty.
It is scheduled to open in the first week of March 2020, according to sources within the ministry.
The restoration and maintenance work in the Pyramid of Djoser was carried out using modern scientific methods agreed upon globally.
The Ministry of Antiquities will soon complete the facilities for a number of archaeological museums, which are scheduled to launch during 2019.
Alaa Shahat, Director of Saqqara Antiquities area, said that the restoration work in the pyramid of Djoser is resumed now after Eid el-Fitr holiday.