This comes within the framework of the ministry's plan to upgrade the qualifications of the human element in the ministry, and to benefit from the expertise and cadres therein.
Egypt’s General Authority for Tourism Promotion, is organizing an introductory visit for a media delegation from the official Russian TV to Egypt, during which they will tour a number of touristic Egyptian cities.
Within their “Unlocking the World” initiative launched for its readers about the recommended tourist destinations to visit amid the COVID-19 pandemic, CNN Travel chose Egypt as one of these destinations along with a number of other countries.
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 Coptic Museum is one of the most important museums in Egypt. It is located in Masr el-Qadima district, and contains a large collection of important archaeological holdings.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is working on preparing several archaeological museums for their imminent openings, including the Museum of the New Administrative Capital.
The Royal Chariots Museum in Bulaq organized a lecture and a guided tour for a group of 35 tour guides, to acquaint them with the museum and its artifacts.
Matrouh Museum is the first comprehensive archaeological museum in Matrouh Governorate that includes a large collection of antiquities from different eras.
The visit came to assess the progress of the works inside the museum, and the facilities to exhibit the artifacts according to the museum display scenario assigned to them.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Bab Al-Khalq is holding a temporary archaeological exhibition called "Disease and Medicine", throughout the month of December.
Head of the Museums Sector at Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities Moamen Othman visited the Cairo International Airport Museum, to see the progress of work in preparation for its opening.
This statue is one of the largest statues of King Merneptah that was ever found, with a height of about 2.60 meters, a width of one meter, a depth of 0.75 meters, and a weight of more than four tons.
Archaeologist Sabah Abdel Razek, director general of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, said that there is a remarkable turnout of visitors, to see the new museum display scenario.
It is an event that will grab the attention of the entire world, for a procession befitting the grandiose ancient Egyptian civilization.
During the first meeting, Enany discussed with the museum’s management the progress of work at the museum.
The Kafr El-Sheikh Museum opened its doors to visitors on November 2, after President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi recently inaugurated it.
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.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization is one of the major projects adopted by the Egyptian state.