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NMEC approves proposal for new hall on ancient Egyptian mummies

The Board of Directors of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization approved a proposal to establish a new hall in the museum, specializing in the art of mummification in ancient Egypt.

This comes to expand the museum’s exhibition scenario, and highlight the great historical and archaeological value that mummies provide.

The board meeting in late May agreed that the move will contribute to enriching the visitor experience at the museum and enhance the sustainability of the museum’s cultural and archaeological role.

The meeting also reviewed the successful results of the experiment of the new service provided by the museum in allowing the reservation of guided tours through the museum’s official website.

A trial of the service has been implemented since April 9th.

The service includes providing tour guides who accompany museum visitors during their tour to explain the artifacts in the central hall and the Egyptian Textile Hall, in Arabic and English throughout the week.

It aims to improve the quality of services provided to visitors at the museum as part of the National Tourism Strategy.

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