Tutankhamun: Egypt Museum Staff Face Trial Over Botched Beard Job
Egyptian prosecutors are reported to have referred eight museum employees for trial over a botched reattachment of the beard on the burial mask of the pharaoh, Tutankhamun. It comes a year after offic...
Russian Archaeologists Unearth Legendary White Walls of Memphis
According to Manetho, an ancient Egyptian historian and priest of the 3rd century BC, Memphis once carried the name Ineb-hedj, meaning ‘White Walls’. Some historians maintain that the city was named ...
Beleaguered Egyptian museum "ready in six months" | Egypt Independent
Since the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, in Cairo’s El Fustat, was first announced in 1978, Egypt has seen one president assassinated and two overthrown. Suzanne Mubarak, then Egypt’s first...
Egyptian Museum
Recorrido por el Museo Egipcio de El Cairo, muestra sus obras artísticas principales. El Museo Egipcio de El Cairo, custodia la mayor colección de objetos de...
Karnak - YouTube Video
Karnak Temple Luxor Egypt, with its famous hypostyle hall of 134 columns 23 meters tall, the temple of Amon is the largest columned temple in the world.
Bibliotheca Alexandrina
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina (English: Library of Alexandria; Arabic: مكتبة الإسكندرية‎ Maktabat al-Iskandarīyah, [mækˈtæb(e)t eskendeˈɾejjæ]) is a major library and cultural center locat...
Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Wikipedia
Giza Plateau
The Giza Plateau (Arabic: جيزة بلاتي‎) is a plateau that is located in Giza, Egypt. The famous Giza Necropolis is located in this geographical area, which is characterized by a sandy, desert...
Giza Plateau - Wikipedia
Memphis, Egypt
Memphis (Arabic: منف‎ Manf  [mænf]; Greek: Μέμφις) was the ancient capital of Aneb-Hetch, the first nome of Lower Egypt. Its ruins are located near the town of Mit Rahina, 20 k...
Memphis, Egypt - Wikipedia
Tutankhamun: Egypt Museum Staff Face Trial Over Botched Beard Job
Egyptian prosecutors are reported to have referred eight museum employees for trial over a botched reattachment of the beard on the burial mask of the pharaoh, Tutankhamun. It comes a year after offic...
Russian Archaeologists Unearth Legendary White Walls of Memphis
According to Manetho, an ancient Egyptian historian and priest of the 3rd century BC, Memphis once carried the name Ineb-hedj, meaning ‘White Walls’. Some historians maintain that the city was named ...
Egyptian National Military Museum
The Egyptian National Military Museum is the official museum of the Egyptian Army.
The National Military Museum is located at the north western area of the three Haram Palaces, inside the Cairo Ci...
Egyptian National Military Museum - Wikipedia
Ahmed Shawki Museum
Ahmed Shawki Museum is named after and dedicated to the poet and dramatist Ahmed Shawki (1869–1932).
It is located on the Nile Corniche, Giza part of Cairo, Egypt.
Ahmed Shawki Museum - Wikipedia
Umm Kulthum Museum
Om Kalthoum Museum is a biographical museum in Giza, near Cairo, Egypt. The Om Kalthoum Museum is dedicated to Umm Kulthum, or Om Kalthoum, the famous Egyptian singer, songwriter, and actress.
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Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo
The Museum of Islamic Art, in Cairo, Egypt, is considered one of the greatest in the world, with its exceptional collection of rare woodwork and plaster artefacts, as well as metal, ceramic, glass, cr...
Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo - Wikipedia
Great Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt. It ...
Great Pyramid of Giza - Wikipedia
Qasr Al-Eini Museum
The Qasr Al-Eini Museum is a historical medical museum in Cairo, Egypt. The Museum covers the history of medicine in the Arabic Mashriq region of the Levant, and the historical role played by the Qasr...
Abdeen Palace
Abdeen Palace (Arabic: قصر عابدين‎) is a historic Cairo palace, and one of the official residences and the principal workplace of the President of Egypt, located above Qasr el-Nil Street in ...
Abdeen Palace - Wikipedia