The restoration of columns No. 59 and 68 has begun.
Egyptian museums contain millions of rare artifacts from various ancient Egyptian eras.
Ancient Egyptians considered wild animals to be great natural forces.
Preliminary studies indicate that it may be one of the four lost sun temples of the Fifth Dynasty known from historical sources, which has not yet been revealed.
The black granite basin covered with hieroglyphs is known as the Enchanted Basin and dates back to around 600 BC.
The legacy of the ancient Egyptian civilization lives on through the wealth of the majestic antiquities, written documents, and art it left behind.
ET sheds light on the statue of King Khafre, builder of the second largest pyramid in Giza.
A new exhibition in England is shedding light on the Egyptian workers who made the discovery possible.
During the visit, the band members expressed their fascination with the ancient Egyptian treasures housed in the museum.
ET reviews the latest updates on the Grand Egyptian Museum.
The ancient Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest, most fascinating civilization known to man.
The Valley of the Kings is divided into the eastern and western valleys.
The researchers analyzed fragments of the pottery found at Hierakonpolis, an ancient city and current archaeological site in southern Egypt.
Al-Kebbash Road is the road that connects the Luxor Temple with the Karnak Temples.
The Spanish tourist group was keen to travel to Cairo to visit the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization and enjoy the unique artifacts housed in the museum.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly inspected the works of the restoration project of Al-Kebbash Road in Luxor [Rams Road], as well as the ongoing works in Karnak and Luxor temples.
This is the second time that the duration of the "Kings of the Sun" exhibition has been extended at the request of the Czech side.
Ambassador of Japan to Cairo Noke Masaki expressed his appreciation of the fruitful cooperation between the two countries in the fields of tourism and culture.
The Hurghada Museum is one of the most prominent projects implemented by the state during the era of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, for the first time, in partnership with the private sector.
This trip comes within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities' keenness to encourage young Egyptian talents, raise their archaeological awareness, and introduce them to Egypt's tourism potential.