Egypt to Open Archaeological Websites for Free on World Tourism Day
Ahmed Issa, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, has made the manager resolution to open “all archeological websites [for] free” on 27 September, 2022, in honor of World Tourism day, and Egyptology’s 2 hundredth anniversary as a science.
In a letter addressed to the Chamber of Tourism Firms, the Supreme Court docket of Antiquities introduced its intent to permit Egyptians and overseas guests free entry to all Egypt’s museums and its touristic archaeological places.
Nevertheless, the letter explicitly excludes: the tombs of Tutankhamun, Nefertari, Seti I, Ramses VI, and inside entry to the Giza Pyramids.
This comes alongside the launch of a number of new promotional campaigns meant to stimulate Egypt’s touristic sector, together with the digital “Historical Egyptian Language” marketing campaign – which simplifies info on Egyptian hieroglyphs – and “Know In regards to the Treasures in Your Governorate.”
Egypt’s Ministry of Tradition can be operating exhibitions on the Nationwide Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat to showcase uncommon paperwork on the decipherment of the Rosetta Stone from the Nationwide Archives.
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