The Parade of King Tutankhamun

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing for the Parade of transferring the royal collection of King Tutankhamun, as it will be moved from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to The Grand Egyptian Museum (the GEM) to be fully exhibited in one place for the first time since its discovery in the Valley […]

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National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

National Museum of Egyptian Civilization will be the narrator for the achievements of the Egyptian civilization throughout human history. It will be the final home for the Egyptian royal mummies. The idea of building this museum was a part of the UNESCO project in Egypt after the saving of the Nubian monuments, but the establishment […]

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The Nilometer in Rhoda Island

The Nilometer is founded by the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil in 861 AD. It is considered the second Islamic sightseeing built in Egypt after Amr Ibn Al-Ass Mosque. The Nilometer was used to measure the level of the water of the Nile River to set the taxes. The water measurement occurred by a marble octagonal column 19 […]

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Saint Simon Church or The Cave church

The Cave church, Saint Simon Church, or the Tanner Monastery lies in the Mokattam Mountain, near Garbage city or in Arabic language El Zabbaleen city. This monastery is carved into the Mokattam Mountain in 1975. It houses many Coptic churches. Saint Simon Church is one of the hidden treasures in Egypt and the Middle East. […]

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Manasterly Palace in Rhoda Island

Manasterly Palace is an artistic and architectural masterpiece overlooking the Nile River directly. Also, it is known as the Kiosk. It was built by Hassan Fouad Pasha Al. Manasterly, the Cairo Governor and Minister of the Interior in Abbas Pasha Period in 1851. The palace is famous for its beautiful decorative style, wooden architecture design, […]

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