Royal Chariots Museum
The exhibition comes as part of the celebration of the International Day of Islamic Art.
The Royal Chariots Museum is one of the rarest qualitative museums.
A symposium, in which Director General of the General Administration of Historic Cairo Dalia el-Gohary will speak, will be held.
Director General of the Museum Nabila Hassanein explained that this is the museum’s first archival exhibition of its historical documents.
On the occasion of the re-opening of the Egyptian Post Museum after its restoration, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities gave the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology an archaeological carriage used for transporting postal items in 1870.
This unique museum is one of the oldest and most important carriages museums in the world.
The Cultural Development and Community Communication Department in the office of the Min. of Tourism & Antiquities organized the third forum for the artists of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities under the title "Medicine, Healing and Medicines through the Ages".
In 2020, and despite the challenges, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities achieved numerous archaeological accomplishments.
It was previously located in Al-Qaseer Castle in the Red Sea as a warrant for Case No. 1949 of 2008, after it was seized in an attempt to smuggle it out of the country from the port of Safaga.
The museum was re-opened recently, after going through a comprehensive restoration process.
It is one of the rarest museums, as it is the fourth of its kind in the world after the museums of Russia and England and Austria.
The museum includes an impressive collection of collectibles, most notably the royal chariots of various sizes and types, dating back to the period of the rule of Mohammad Ali Pasha’s family in Egypt.
During the meeting, they discussed ways of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in the field of archaeological work, training archaeologists and restorers, in addition to attracting more inbound tourist movement from Denmark to Egypt.
Egypt’s Royal Chariots Museum to provide cards explaining artifacts using Braille method.
Egypt’s Royal Chariots Museum to be inaugurated soon.
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.
Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Anani confirmed that the project of developing the Royal Carriages Museum in Bulaq started in the year 2001, but it came to a halt like many other projects.