The buildings are 100% finished and the finishes are 98%.. Happening in the Grand Museum

egypt Thu, Jun. 17, 2021
The Grand Egyptian Museum is one of the largest archaeological museums in the world. Everyone is waiting for its opening, as it contains archaeological holdings exceeding 50,000 artifacts, including displaying the collections of the golden king Tutankhamun for the first time in front of the public in full, so where did the works inside the museum reach?

The work on the museum building was finally completed, and the interior finishes reached 98%, and during the past few days, the museum’s organizers finished the museum display scenario in the museum’s lobby, which is decorated with the statue of Ramses II, and the statues of kings were completed on the great staircase.

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has also completed the work in the entire hall of King Tutankhamun, and the scenario of the museum display of the Golden King’s collection is currently being implemented, as it has reached more than 70% of the implementation of the scenario.

The project was also implemented to develop the areas surrounding the museum, such as developing the Pyramids Plateau and linking it to the museum, which will be one of the greatest tourism projects established by Egypt, linking the Pyramids Plateau, which covers an area of ​​3,500 acres, to the Grand Egyptian Museum, which has an area of ​​120 acres, and the removal of the shooting club, which has an area of ​​about 120 acres. acres, and here we will find that the museum is an open museum, which is the plateau of the pyramids with its treasures, in addition to the covered museum, which is the Grand Egyptian Museum, and this is the idea that the state adopts and implements at a steady pace, and the restoration centers of the Great Museum have succeeded in restoring more than 52 thousand A piece, all of which entered the restoration laboratories, and have already been restored, and the most famous of these pieces is the collection of the golden king Tutankhamun.