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Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass has urged UNESCO to collaborate with the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on repatriating Egyptian artefacts long-housed at the British Museum.

The newly restored Ben Ezra Synagogue, Aqueduct, and Babylon Fortress in Old Cairo are to be inaugurated soon

The Tivoli Nile cruise ship and floating hotel that partially sank in Luxor on Tuesday had not been in operation for over a decade, according to an official from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.

Delegations from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and UNESCO Cairo Regional Office visited St. Catherine World Heritage Site and the ongoing Great Transfiguration Project in South Sinai.

Solar energy stations have been installed at four museums and archaeological sites in Egypt, marking a significant step towards greener and more sustainable tourism and heritage preservation

A 30-day exhibition on agriculture - with fruits grown and tools used in cultivation - in ancient Egypt is on at the Luxor Museum to celebrate Inundation Day.

The timeless beauty of the Al-Aqmar Mosque is once again gracing Historic Cairo following its reopening after restoration this week.

Restoration work is at full swing at the Sariyat Al-Gabal Mosque in the Cairo Citadel in preparation for its official reopening

After almost three years of restoration, the Al-Aqmar Mosque on Al-Muizz Street in Historic Cairo, opened its doors to worshippers and visitors on Sunday.

The Baron Empain Palace in Heliopolis, the Royal Carriages Museum in Boulaq, and the Prince Mohamed Ali Palace in Manial have joined the group of archaeological sites and museums where entry is accepted via e-payment.

The 13th International Congress of Egyptologists opened in the Netherlands on Sunday to discuss the future of ancient Egypt.

More than 850 scholars, archaeologists, heritage experts, Egyptologists, and students from 32 countries, including Egypt, have converged on Leiden, the Netherlands, to take part in the International Congress of Egyptology (ICE), held from 6 to 11 August.

Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri asserted that the Giza Plateau remains open to visitors as usual, stressing that the area has not been closed for development.

When Live Nation Middle East announced American rapper Travis Scott’s concert at the Giza Pyramids and the launch of his new album “Utopia”, his first in five years, tickets — costing up to LE6,500 — sold out within minutes.

The newly restored mosque and mausoleum of Al-Fadl Ibn Al-Abbassi has opened in Menoufiya

The Rokaya Dodo Dome has been restored and relocated at Al-Imam Al-Shafei district, Cairo, 30 metres away from its original site.

The Australian Museum in Sydney is set to be the fourth stop on the Ramses and the Gold of the Pharaohs exhibition tour, Nevine El-Aref reports

The Karnak Temples’ open-air museum near Luxor has been given a facelift to make it more appealing to tourists, according to statement by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.

The Royal Carriages Museum in Cairo celebrated Wednesday the Islamic (Hijri) New Year through a special archaeological exhibition showing a collection of the museum’s treasured collection.

For the first time ever, the Prince Mohamed Aly Palace Museum in Manial, Cairo, in collaboration with Masr Al-Mubaraka Organization, is offering virtual tours of the Holy Family’s journey in Egypt.

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