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Kom El-Shoqafa archaeological site fully renovated

Saving hundreds of rare relics from drowning, the Ministry of Antiquities announced completing the restoration of Kom El-Shoqafa archaeological site in Alexandria. The renovation process included lowering underground water that was threatening the relics in the tombs. The restoration was conducted with the help of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the …

Daily News Egypt

Remembering popular Arab romance stories on Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day knocks on the door, the world celebrates the red day with expressing their affectionate towards their partners. Decades before the love day was internationally recognised, the Arab world see iconic stories of loving couples whom endearment remained unforgettable over the years and even inherited across generations. Those love tales, which were written …

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Roman-Ptolemaic maintenance workshop unearthed in North Sinai

An ancient Roman-Ptolemaic maintenance workshop which was used to repair ships during this era was discovered in Til Abu Sefi, North Sinai, the Ministry of Antiquities announced on Tuesday. The workshop was found to be built of bricks. The archaeological site used to be a well-known Roman city called Abu-Sila.  Moustafa Waziri, secretary-general of the …

Daily News Egypt

Tahrir Cultural Centre to revive Egypt’s art scene

For 100 years, The American University in Cairo (AUC) has been an educational hub which brought the world some of the most prominent intellectuals, as well as has been a home to several hardworking and world-changing figures who managed to reshape Egypt’s modern history in the different fields. The long-established university celebrated its centennial on …

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