The winner of “Miss Eco International 2021” Gizzelle Mandy, also a member of the Miss Egypt jury, visited the Royal Jewelry Museum as part of a tour she took to several archaeological sites in Alexandria.
Accompanied by tour guide John Helmick, a member of the Board of Directors of the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM), they visited the museum on the sidelines of the World Modern Pentathlon Championships 2021 currently hosted by the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in Alexandria.
The visit took place in full compliance with all precautionary measures.
The Royal Jewelery Museum in Alexandria opens its doors for visitors on all days of the week from nine am to five pm, while the ticket office closes at 4:15 pm.
The museum is open on holidays, feasts and events.
Tickets for Egyptians and Arabs is LE20 per person, for students LE per person, for foreign tourists LE100 and for foreign students LE50.
Photographs using a camera (without flash) is for LE20 and recording a video is for LE 300. Entry for children up to six years old is free of charge.
The Miss Eco International competition was launched in the city of Dahab, South Sinai, with the participation of 80 contestants from around the world.