National Museum of Egyptian Civilization
A meeting of the Board of Directors of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat was held on February 16 to discuss a number of issues regarding developments in the museum's work.
“Tabataba” scene to be transferred from Ain Sira to NMEC.
Reservations will be completed through developed windows by activating the electronic payment service by cards, electronic wallets and contactless cards.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass commented on the opinion of Sheikh Ahmed Karima, professor of comparative jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, that opening the graves of the Pharaohs is forbidden.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization started adding an aesthetic touch to the main entrance to the museum prior to its opening.
The Egyptian Textile Museum is located on Al-Muizz Street, specifically near the Bain el-Kasserine neighborhood. It was known as Sabil Mohammad Ali.
The procession of royal mummies was preceded by the transferring of 17 sarcophagi of the greatest kings of Egypt, in preparation for displaying them with their mummies.
The first meeting of the museum’s board of directors was held on December 14 at the museum’s headquarters in Fustat, in the presence of all council members.
Egypt’s Council of Ministers issued a decision to form and organize the work of the board of directors of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fostat.
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.
"The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will never die," is a sentence that was repeated frequently by Khaled el-Enani, Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, in several different celebrations.
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.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing to transfer royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the place of their permanent display in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
Enany visited the museum in order to follow up on the progress of work there in preparation for receiving the Royal Mummies Parade from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.
It is an event that will grab the attention of the entire world, for a procession befitting the grandiose ancient Egyptian civilization.
In addition to the artifacts that will be housed in the museum, it offers a number of cultural events and activities that are closely linked with the ancient Egyptian antiquities.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat received a variety of important archaeological collections that were recently discovered during the excavations carried out by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the city of Memphis and its cemeteries in Saqqara.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization is one of the major projects adopted by the Egyptian state.
The course program will be based on introducing human resources tasks, evaluating employee performance, and explaining models of training under the Civil Service Law.