It aims to integrate the visually impaired community into Egyptian society through providing basic photography, art skills
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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
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 ancient house of worship is one of the only two synagogues located in Alexandria.
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.
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.
The dive, which took place in Egypt’s Sharm El-Sheikh back in 2012, is still annually celebrated as it marks the world’s first modified wheelchair that is used in scuba diving.
Anany to takeover the ministry of tourism beside the ministry of antiquities
The broken arms and legs statue is in good condition, it brings a complete perspective of the temple that fell apart due to an earthquake that hit it; says mission head
The large number of Arab countries participating in the bid was an obstacle, yet the step shows the importance of date palm to the Arab’s heritage, says Al Kaabi
The mission also unearthed a number of blue amulets that depict Bes, the ancient Egyptian God of protecting households
The file, submitted by 14 Arab countries, including Egypt, was approved by the committee, internationally accrediting the date palm as a living pillar for the nations.
“The music, the dance, and the fashion of the Middle East are warm, sophisticated, and intensely exotic,” says band founder
Exhibition launched by UNHCR targets opening a gate for 22 artists from five countries to step into the art world in Egypt
The initiative kicked off earlier this year, with the support of several embassies and ministries.
This imitative is all about developing skills of girls to empower them in the society, especially for those in villages, says UNICEF Representative in Egypt
This is the kind of support that arts need. It’s a collective effort, and the outcome has been amazing, says Art D’Égypte executive director
The five-day independent festival was dedicated to celebrate 1st anniversary of UNESCO’s recognition of Al-Aragoz, commemorating late veteran puppeteers
A Tale to Tell is an exhibition about the generations who were born and raised before the internet, says Ezzat
The discovery included the world’s biggest unearthed scarab, hundreds of diversified animal statues
When you see the fingerprints of ancient coffin makers, you feel connected to those people more as humans, not just their skills, says researcher
The material from our discovery of the Roman catacomb at Saqqara suggests that Greco-Roman influence was stronger in Memphis than in contemporary Upper Egyptian culture; says mission director
Unlike the mainstream misconception, these people are not special needs, they just communicate in a different way than the rest of people do, says founder
I believe the main deficiency we have in underwater archaeology in Egypt is the matter of showcasing the heritage we have; says Khalil
Wagih Yassa’s Saba exhibition is dedicated to Umm Kulthum, yet features several veteran artists
285,000 tickets were sold before the inauguration