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The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities participates in the National Conference of Australian Museums and Galleries 2022 in Perth

Egyptian Artifacts – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

CAIRO – June 21, 2022: The Department of Tourism and Antiquities, represented by the Supreme Council of Antiquities, participated in the National Conference of Australian Museums and Galleries for the year 2022, held in the Australian city of Perth.

The conference was attended by over 400 international museum directors and curators and specialists in museum education and museum exhibitions.

Part of the conference - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Part of the conference – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Director General of the Egyptian Museum of Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razek participated in the opening speech of the conference, where she highlighted the central role of Egyptian museums in the preservation of cultural heritage. She also highlighted the work carried out as part of the development project of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, considered the largest and most important since its opening in 1902.

Egyptian Artifacts - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Egyptian Artifacts – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Egyptian Artifacts - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Egyptian Artifacts – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

In addition, Abdel Razek presented the major museum projects in Egypt, including the Grand Egyptian Museum and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, in addition to the establishment of new regional museums such as the Sohag and Kafr El-Sheikh museums.

She also spoke about the ongoing development at the Royal Tank Museum in Bulaq, the Kom Oshim Museum in Fayoum and the Mallawi Museum in Minya. This is in addition to the establishment of museums in coastal tourist cities such as the museums of Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada, which are experiencing a high influx of Egyptian and foreign tourists.


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