Latest in Tag: Grand Egyptian Museum Highlight
Latest in Tag: Grand Egyptian Museum
The embassy also made a presentation on the current situation of the tourism sector in Egypt and the continuous improvement it is witnessing, as well as addressing the most important Egyptian tourist destinations, which vary between historical, cultural and recreational.
King Khufu’s Boat, an ancient vessel that is the oldest and largest wooden boat discovered in Egypt. It dates back to more than 4600 years and it is to be displayed in a proper manner commensurate with its importance in the GEM.
UNESCO`s primary goal is to support Egyptian development agenda: Ghaith Fariz
More than 65% of Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s treasures have been placed in their showcases
Archaeological work in Grand Staircase is 100% complete, 60% of King Tutankhamun’s collection is placed in display cases: Tayeb Abbas
Success of Golden Parade created passion for many, not only to visit National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, but to visit Egypt, says Tourism Minister
Shrine consists of roof decorated with winged sun disc, eight birds placed under Pharaoh’s titles
Wooden shrine was discovered among Tutankhamun’s treasures in his tomb on Luxor’s West Bank in November 1922
All modifications that I wanted in antiquities law were put forward to take into account theft of artefacts, which is considered crime rather than misdemeanour, says famed Egyptologist
Shrine is one of largest artefacts to have been transferred from Boy Pharaoh’s treasures to GEM so far
A Hassan Allam coalition has been awarded the contract to manage and operate services at the soon-to-be opened Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM).
Coalition providing services at GEM to be announced in next few days
Global competition between countries is currently in rate or pace of how fast recovery could be,says Ahmed Youssef
Minister inspects progress of transferring artefacts to new museum
The Grand Egyptian Museum’s (GEM) soon-to-be-printed catalogue is set to serve as one of the museum’s most important promotional treasures.
Atef Moftah, General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), said that 97% of the museum has been completed, compared to the 2016 figure of 17%.
The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) will feature over 50,000 artefacts from Ancient Egypt, including full collection of King Tutankhamun
Museum’s Board will be headed by Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani
Atef Miftah, the general supervisor for the project and the surrounding area, said that the first certificate is for the environmental management system, ISO 14001: 2015, and the second is for the quality management system, ISO 9001: 2015.
Egypt receives over 500,000 tourists between July and 14 November, says Tourism Minister
His remarks came on Thursday, during his speech at the week-long virtual “Egypt’s Green Economy” programme, organised by the British Egyptian Business Association (BEBA) and the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (EBCC).
Clips of some of the treasures belonging to the boy Pharaoh, King Tutankhamun, are featured in the documentary
Khaled Al-Anany said that the opening ceremony of GEM planned by end of 2020
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.
The transferred relics will be showcased at the old kingdom hall at the GEM, while the others will be on display over the stairs of the museum.
The giant relics were displayed at the garden of the Egyptian Museum, and they were moved to be displayed at one of the GEM’s most capturing areas.
The museum will also display banners and graphics telling the story of Al-Sayed Al-Badawi, a relative of the Prophet Mohammed, local media said.
Antiquities to undergo restoration along with Tutankhamun’s golden coffin
The GEM is planned to have the whole collection of Tutankhamun’s monuments
Construction work of museum due to end by mid- 2019, over 45,000 artefacts safely found home; GEM Director