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Antiquity replicas include statues for Nefertiti, Akhenaten, Tutankhamun
The self-funded initiative publishes a booklet with over 200 Nubian words that are translated in Arabic, English, and Spanish, as well as a number of videos of native Nubian speakers
Other than being the fair’s main Egyptian figure, the revival of Hamdan’s book is due to the currently unstable status quo Egypt has with Ethiopia because of the GERD.
Scripted on his coffin, the high-ranking priest’s life desire was to have his voice immortalised
Exhibition takes visitors back in time to 1940s and 1960s, as people find themselves surrounded by nothing but women wearing retro dresses, swaying with their loved ones to the rhythms of a live band
900 publishing houses participate at this year’s edition, an increase of 153 additional publishers than last year showcasing their books over 808 sections. The 51st edition witnessed the participation of 38 countries and 925 scheduled cultural activities.
El-Teiby explained that the replica Egyptian antiquities are the first to be sold at the airport, Sharm El-Sheikh, Luxor, and Aswan airports will follow
A group of psychiatrists presented entertainment and singing performances led by Mona El-Rakhawy, professor of psychiatry at Cairo University, explaining that the association believes that there is a close link between mental health, arts, and creativity.
Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem supports the festival as one of the oldest, as it started in 1960.
It aims to integrate the visually impaired community into Egyptian society through providing basic photography, art skills
Born in Cairo on 19 January 1914, she was among the first women to graduate from Cairo University’s Faculty of Law and became the premier female attorney in Egypt. Her determined efforts in and out of the courtroom helped forge the path to political equality for Egyptian women.
Fasahet Somaya offers around three home cooked dishes daily for only two hours
The exhibition showcases 150 antiquities from the pharaoh’s personal belongings, 60 of which are travelling out of Egypt for the first time
Hosted at Dendara Temple, the festival to kick off 27 February
The alleged Roman base contains military fortune and several connected tanks believed to provide convoys with water
My vision has always revolved around innovating and creating technological solutions that can serve society, says Haider
Festival to start 16 January, including Egypt’s 3rd Camel Race
Tickets jumps to EGP 5, this year’s edition commemorates Gamal Hamadan, as 900 publishing houses from 38 countries participate
Built over 4200 metres, the Eliyahu Hanavi ancient synagogue is one of the only two synagogues located in Alexandria.
The zoo was established by Egypt’s Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1891. Although the zoo lost its membership in the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums in 2004 (WAZA) for ignoring the recommendations of WAZA inspectors, the zoo still boasts the greatness of the Khedive era in Egypt.
During the inauguration , a documentary film on the city of Alexandria was presented on the cultural diversity and its embrace of all religions, presenting also the history of the Jewish synagogue and its construction in 1354.
The decorative products are globally famous for their eco-friendly elements, low prices
Last year, Sharjah returned 345 Egyptian historical artifacts to Egypt.
Google described Ali’s innovations in computational linguistics, as the Arab world’s first step into the Information Age.
Meow Tours: an initiative aiming to raise awareness of animal rights in Egypt
The exhibition was held under the patronage of Minister of Culture Enas Abdel-Dayem, while artist Farouk Hosny, former culture minister, and Mohsen Salah, CEO & Chairperson of Arab Contractors, participated in the opening of the event.
GEM`s entry ticket price will be EGP 400, EGP 60 for foreigners, Egyptians, respectively
This comes in the framework of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s plan to develop Khedive Cairo, and the Prime Minister’s instructions to develop a vision for the development and revitalisation of Tahrir Square, Egypt’s most famous square, to become the most magnificent shrine within compared to other archaeological and tourist sites.
Living in a time when calling a woman a dancer was an insult, Magda Saleh’s talent brought her nothing but praise, pride, and making dreams come true.
Japan will excitingly encourage the Egyptian players including the Football National Team and the Egyptian Judo team, the ambassador assured, noting that the Egyptian-Japanese relations will continue to strengthen next year.