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The theatrical performances, targeting both adults and children, participate in the festival’s main competitions that run until the end of the festival on 30 August.
This year’s edition witnesses an increase at the tickets prices, reaching EGP 20 from EGP 15
During the inauguration ceremony, Abdel Dayem will honour the head of the Egyptian Opera House, Magdy Saber, along with a number of artists who have enriched the musical scene in Egypt over decades.
The new party venue can accommodate up to 20,000 people in different categories ranging from regular to seated and lounges for corporate and VVIP guests.
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.
During the Eid, families that can afford to sacrifice a ritually acceptable animal (sheep, goat, camel, or cow) do so and then divide the flesh equally among themselves, the poor, and friends and neighbours.
The burial chamber belongs to a nobleman called Toutou and his wife who was a musician for goddess Hathor. It was accidentally discovered in April, during a police raid on an illegal excavation site.
“Campaign was well received by the people who were not aware of the damage their actions caused”
Makeeva decided to capture the UNESCO World Heritage listed-lake during the spring season when the lake is freed from ice, and seals bask in the sun when the rosemary blooms.
Country exterts maximum possible effort to save the treasures that shape the nation’s identity, says Abdel Dayem
“It is not only about finding a proper photograph, but also matching the pose, composition, and scale,” says artist
Discovered building contain three main amphitheatres covered with marble
For 2 weeks, hub of Fatimid era’s most luxurious mosques, to witness variety of contemporary art pieces at open museum along street
Third anniversary of Khan’s departure commemorated in 30 photographs
The innovative contemporary institution is organising a four-week summer programme free of charge for children in underprivileged areas to learn about Egypt’s traditional arts at the masmerising beauty of Tunis Village in Fayoum governorate.
Volunteers are from Syria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Yemen
Most of the children living in El-Dweika, one of the big cities’ most underprivileged districts, have not seen any swimming pools in their lives, until Hussein Makbool decided to change the status quo, and place the district’s first ever portable swimming pool.
Antiquities to undergo restoration along with Tutankhamun’s golden coffin
“I used over 6,000 different nuts to portray Nefertiti,” says artist
Video circulated showing Algerian fan spitting on Seqenenre Tao mummy
Found city includes remains of small theatre, giant royal bathroom, group of 22 lecture halls believed to be remains of ancient university
The restoration is expected to take approximately eight months. Then, the coffin will be displayed among Tutankhamun’s collection at the museum set for grand opening in 2020.
The meeting comes to discuss the first phase of the museum’s renovation after the artefacts collection of King Tutankhamun were transferred to the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) in preparation for its opening in 2020.
Museum located in Al-Gamaleya district, where he lived all of his life, shaped his soul into shining dynamo that brought world irreplaceable literary treasures
Local press portrayed her as modern Egyptian woman, Western press presented her as a helpless woman
Announcement came at celebration of restoring Bent Pyramid
The festival kicks off with a concert by the Jordanian young band JadaL.
Naguib Mahfouz main character of gathering, portrayed in over 100 caricatures
The programme aims to revive the principles of Ancient Egyptian civilization and teach children what the culture was like, as an inseparable part of the Egyptian culture and heritage.
Museum established in 1764, contains over 3m artefacts including Pharaonic ones