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Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
11/14/2023 10:33:38 PM
Egypt’s first site museum is to reopen soon as part of a larger project to enhance the tourist experience at the Saqqara Necropolis outside Cairo, reports Nevine El-Aref

Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
11/14/2023 10:29:50 PM
Excavation work carried out at the Saite-Persian Cemetery in Abusir is revealing more about ancient Egyptian society during the 26th and 27th dynasties

Egypt - Tourism
11/11/2023 10:50:23 AM
Egypt was listed in the Lonely Planet travel guide among the Best in Travel 2024, holding onto its sixth-place ranking in the list of Best Value Destinations.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
11/7/2023 9:48:38 PM
Experts are hoping that the tensions in the Middle East will have a minimal effect on Egypt’s tourism sector, writes Nevine El-Aref

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
11/3/2023 8:00:00 PM
The tomb of a Late Period royal scribe has been uncovered in Abusir necropolis, unveiling more secrets of the site during the fifth and sixth centuries BC.

Antiquities - Museums
11/2/2023 7:11:36 PM
Imhotep Museum was built in commemoration of the ancient Egyptian architect Imhotep and the renowned French Egyptologist Jean-Philippe Lauer who spent his life excavating in Saqqara.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
10/31/2023 10:59:42 PM
Stunning contemporary works of art are being displayed against the awe-inspiring backdrop of the Giza Plateau, writes Nevine El-Aref

Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
10/31/2023 5:33:57 PM
The blockbuster Ramses and the Gold of the Pharaohs exhibition is bringing a slice of ancient Egyptian history to Australia’s shores on the fourth stop of its world tour in Sydney, reports Nevine El-Aref

Antiquities - Museums
10/26/2023 5:10:10 PM
After two years of closure, the restoration work of the Rosetta National Museum (previously Arab Killy House) began early this week to regain the 18th-century mansion of the Ottoman governor of Rosetta Arab Killy, its lure and allure.

Antiquities - Museums
10/23/2023 5:38:00 PM
The “Ramses and the Gold of the Pharaohs” exhibition is to open its doors in Sydney, Australia, on 18 November in its fourth stop, as announced in a press conference held at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC).

Egypt - Tourism
10/20/2023 1:49:27 PM
A historic moment unfolded today at the 25th Annual General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, as Dahshur in Giza Governorate and Siwa in Matrouh Governorate clinched the coveted title of UNWTO Best Tourism Villages for the year 2023.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
10/17/2023 9:38:13 PM
A new discovery at the Al-Ghoraifa Archaeological Site in Minya adds a whole new dimension to the area's rich archaeological landscape, reports Nevine El-Aref

Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
10/17/2023 9:34:23 PM
Almost two decades after its closure for restoration and development, Alexandria’s Graeco-Roman Museum has been officially reopened, reports Nevine El-Aref

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
10/16/2023 4:53:04 PM
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has installed a replica of the Karnak King List in its original location at the southwest corner of the Akh-Menu Hall at Karnak Temple, Luxor.

Antiquities - Museums
10/11/2023 7:13:21 PM
The renowned Graeco-Roman Museum in Alexandria has finally reopened its doors after almost two decades of a long and meticulous restoration and rehabilitation process.

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
10/9/2023 6:03:50 PM
To promote the Holy Family journey in Egypt, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities launched a virtual tour of the Gebel El-Teir area in Minya, one of the points where the Holy Family stopped on their journey through Egypt.

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
10/5/2023 10:07:44 AM
The Egyptian-German archaeological mission uncovered more original reliefs and engravings on the walls and the ceilings of Esna Temple in Luxor that depict astro-theological scenes, including gods and goddesses that represent celestial bodies and a zodiac.

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
10/1/2023 1:17:31 PM
An Egyptian-German-Austrian archaeological mission working in the tomb of Meret-Neith -- a possible woman of significance of the 1st dynasty -- in Um Al-Qaab archaeological site in Abydos in Sohag Governorate has made discoveries that shed further light on this mysterious figure in ancient Egyptian history, including finding 5000-year-old wine jars.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Heritage
9/30/2023 9:36:00 AM
The newly discovered storerooms inside the Old Kingdom Pyramid of Sahure in Abusir shed light on the distinguished architecture of this ancient Egyptian edifice.

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
9/26/2023 3:42:03 PM
A joint Egyptian-German mission has made an unprecedented discovery of eight previously undocumented storage chambers – or magazines – within Sahure’s Pyramid in the Abusir Necropolis south of Giza.

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