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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Museum of Islamic Art (MIA)

The Museum of Islamic Art of MIA is the largest Islamic Art Museum in the world, as it houses close to a hundred thousand antique Islamic artifacts of various types collected from India, Iran, all the way to the Arabian Peninsula, the Levant, Egypt, North Africa, and Andalusia. This collection is characterized by its breadth […]

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The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square

This museum is the most famous landmark in Egypt, holding great and unique ancient Egyptian collections. Let’s go back a little bit before building the Egyptian Museum Due to the discoveries of Napoleon Bonaparte’s expedition, Egypt built the Cairo Museum to conserve the objects. This museum was an initial house at Ezbakiyya. Unfortunately, in 1855, […]

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Gayer Anderson Museum or Bayt Al-Kritliyya

Gayer Anderson Museum or Bayt Al-Kritliyya is one of the most perfect examples of Islamic domestic architecture in Islamic Cairo. It is located beside Ibn Tulun Mosque. This museum consists of two houses. The first house is on the east. It was founded by Hajj Mohammad Al-Gazzar in 1632. Later, this house was bought by […]

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The GEM – The Fourth Pyramid in Giza Plateau

Only a few steps away from the pyramids, the grandchildren come to repeat the glory of their grandfathers by building a new destination, the Grand Egyptian Museum (the GEM), linking between the past and the present. The Grand Egyptian Museum is established on approximately 500,000 square meters. It takes a conical shape. This design was […]

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