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In November and outside the Cathedral of Secrets and Myths "Notre Dame" a number of young people «Scouts» stand in front of the scene dressed as soldiers from World War II.
Dr. Rāniyyā al-Mashāṭ, the Minister of Tourism, visited the ‘Queens of Egypt’ an exhibition by National Geographic. This exhibition was organized in cooperation with the Egyptian Museum in Turin, the Montreal Museum of Antiquities and the Egyptian Embassy in Washington. This came as a part of her...
Dr. ʿAbd al-Raḥīm Rīḥān, General Director of research and archaeological studies in South Sinai, has confirmed that religious tolerance in Egypt was a historical reality. He cites a Quranic verse calling for the preservation of Christian, Jewish and Islamic sacred sites. The verse itself, Verse 40...
During the opening of the Fourth Annual Forum for Archaeological Missions in Egypt, the Minister of Antiquities, Khalid al-‘Anānī said that the number of archaeological missions in Egypt is increasing on a continuous and unprecedented basis due to the existence of safety and security throughout the...
During the Fourth Forum of the Archaeological Missions in Egypt, the Minister of Antiquities Khālid al-‘Anānī revealed that there is an unprecedented number of archaeological missions working in Egypt due to the restoration of safety and security to the whole country.   
Abū al-ʿIlā Mosque is considered a blessed spot, but also a place of refuge for worshippers and those in need. It is also an obligatory destination for art and architecture lovers to enjoy its accuracy and splendor as well as its spirituality.
Ḥāzim, Ibrāhīm and Aḥmad are three young men in the Faculty of Fine Arts. They have spent many days before al-Ṣāliḥ Ayyūb Mosque and in the libraries of Cairo and Alexandria to produce a detailed maquette of the original architecture of this worn-out mosque.
Egypt’s Catholic Church Spokesman Hānī Bākhūm expressed his church’s sorrow and grief over the fire that broke out in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.   
Egyptologist Zāhī Ḥawwās unveiled a 2500-year-old mummy of a priest at an ancient cemetery in Minya, south of Cairo, in a live broadcast on Discovery Channel on Sunday.
After our visit to the Egyptian museum, we continued our research in Christian history in Egypt, when Cornelis Hulsman guided us to the Holy Virgin Church in Maadi, where we would learn about the relevance of the Holy Family’s stay in Egypt for Coptic Orthodox belief.


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