The exhibition is held under the supervision of the Museums Sector and the Islamic and Coptic Antiquities Sector of the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
The Supreme Council of Antiquities listed four 19th -century icons from the Monastery of Archangel Gabriel in Fayoum and three Islamic pulpits in Gharbia Governorate, among Islamic, Coptic and Jewish monuments.
Sotheby's International Auctions in London exhibited a bronze lamp holder or incense burner from Egypt, dating back to the 10th - 12th century.
The dome was registered after the approval of the Permanent Committee for Islamic, Coptic and Jewish Antiquities, and the Board of Directors of the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Among those antiquities are the house of Othman Agha Al-Amosili and the house of Arab Kli, which has become a national museum showing the resilience of the city.