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On 21 December, Jupiter and Saturn will meet in a great conjunction, the closest they could be seen in the sky together for nearly 800 years.
The National Arab Music Ensemble, led by Maestro Hazem Al-Qasabji, will perform the concert at the Grand Theater.
The exhibition aims to help children express their creativity and imagination without any boundaries.
‘I just finished shooting Cairo – Kabul series and it’s a promising experience,’ says actress Hanan Motawie
Hawass confirmed that this discovery, which will be announced early next year, will shed light on a mysterious part of the history of Saqqara
The festival announced honoring iconic Actor Mahmoud Yassin who passed away earlier this year.
Celebrating its anniversary, the Museum held a temporary exhibition in coordination with the Egyptian American archaeological mission in El-Assasif Necropolis, located near Luxor. The exhibition will feature a newly discovered pyramidion in El-Assasif Necropolis.
The concert’s programme included the performance of a collection of compositions by major Russian musicians.
Ezzat Tantawy is one of few Egyptians who still use silk screening technique
The Prime Minister’s decision follows on a law issued this year to do so. The decision includes the formation of the Board of Directors, which will be headed by the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities.
The centre also asserted the need to have more disability-inclusive approaches to internal displacement.
Association helps visually impaired buck social stigmatisation to help them have independent, fully functional lives as good as their sighted counterparts
The exhibition featuring the two writing legends and Nobel Laureates aims to fulfil one of Mahfouz’s wishes to meet with the Colombian writer
Christmas concerts will present most famous songs accompanied by ballet shows
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the formal establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Abdel Dayem praised the strength and durability of relations between Egypt and South Korea.
Pandemic dates to mid-1600s, used broadly for describing universal disease
The lives of London’s inhabitants have changed “not just in the day-to-day” because of the pandemic, but also “in relation to how we sleep and dream”, the museum said.
The minister stressed the need to adhere to the schedule set in advance for the completion of work in preparation for the imminent opening of the museum.
Awards were presented to the winners of the solo singing, solo playing, and group singing categories.
Actress’s dress is now considered one of most expensive in Middle East
By using advertising paper for figurines, he recycles high quality paper into origami sculptures
The new Museum will showcase paintings and statues by academic staff from different Egyptian universities. The Arts and Culture Complex was recently inaugurated by President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi.
Art platform is keen to add contemporary artistic touch to Egypt’s heritage areas, says founder Nadine Abdel Ghaffar
It was launched in collaboration with the Zad Art Team, with the support of the European Union (EU) and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.
The competition aims to shed light on young musical talent in Egypt, including people with special needs.
Reservations remain open until 22 November due to anticipated high turnout at concert
Health care programmes examine 11.5 million students in 22,000 schools
Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, and ambassadors from the United States, Saudi Arabia, and China, as well as representative of the Indian Embassy were present in the event.
Zaki was one of the first dark-skinned actors to play leading roles in Egyptian films, paving the way for similar actors to enter the Arab film industry.
“Children’s Literature and Egypt’s Vision 2030” conference is organised by Children’s Literature Documentation and Research Center at Dar El-Kotb.