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The monasteries are among the 25 stops on the Holy Family's Trail in Egypt


Baron Empain’s Palace in Heliopolis will reopen to the public early next month with an exhibition on the history of the area

A message of love, peace, and religious tolerance was sent out from Egypt last Friday when three Islamic, Coptic, and Jewish monuments were in the limelight

During the tour, former culture minister Hosny expressed his happiness with the work being achieved at the new museum, which he described as a dream come true

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is also moving towards digitalisation to allow for the online reservation of tickets for museums and archaeological sites

Spectacular discoveries, archaeological openings, exhibitions abroad, and the 12th edition of the International Congress of Egyptology were all archaeological highlights this year

Egypt set a new Guinness World Record for the largest mosaic of the boy king Tutankhamun's mask made of coffee cups

The colossus was found at the Funerary Temple of king Amenhotep III

An exhibition showcasing artefacts unearthed during French missions’ excavations in Egypt is on display for two months at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir

Preparation work is at full swing at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation in Fustat to host the royal mummies, reports Nevine El-Aref


In 2018, Archaeology Magazine selected the Saqqara mummy workshop as one of 2018's top 10 discoveries


Rare discoveries at the Saqqara Necropolis including mummified lion cubs and statuettes of crocodiles, cobras, mongooses, and dozens of cats shed light on the ancient Egyptian use of animals in worship, reports Nevine El-Aref

During a press conference, the antiquities minister said Saturday's was not the last discovery of the year, but that there will be another one next month before Christmas celebrations

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo’s Tahrir Square is celebrating its 117th anniversary with two temporary exhibitions and a first look at its renovations, writes Nevine El-Aref

The tombs have rock-hewn structures found at the edge of the Eastern Cemetery

The 12th International Congress of Egyptologists held last week in Cairo saw successful conclusions for all concerned, writes Nevine El-Aref

The exhibitions will present a unique collection of objects, including some pieces displayed for the first time

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