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The book fair will run for 10 days at the Shajar al-Durr Garden in Mansoura. The exhibition will witness the participation of 53 publishers and several sectors affiliated with the Ministry of Culture.
Al-Atrash is widely considered one of the Arab world’s greatest performers of his time.
As the Great Depression gripped the US in the early 1930s, film comedies became a way to defuse and escape the crisis, with the comedy genre continuing to flourish once the country belatedly entered World War II.
Renowned actress is quintessential star of her generation, setting example of success for women in Arab cinema, says CIFF President Mohamed Hefzy
The book focuses on those who are writing or reading for the first time, and sheds more light on the experiences and publications related to developing writing skills of people who passionately believe in the value and message of writing.
Recently, the Textile Museum has sparked widespread controversy following the news that it would soon be closed to the public. It has already reduced the hours during which it is open to visitors.
Documentary provides in-depth overview of significant discovery at Egypt’s renowned Saqqara archaeological site
Egypt conducts PCR tests for all forum’s participants in line with COVID-19 precautionary measures
About 59 coffins were recently discovered in Saqqara area, dating back to last native dynasty before Persian conquest
Corporate law firm, Al Tamimi & Company, provides support to filmmakers looking to determine ways to hold, protect and exploit their rights when it comes to their work.
The Cairo Opera Troupe, accompanied by the Cairo Symphony Orchestra and led by international maestro Nader Abbasi, will perform a collection of excerpts from the most famous international operas.
Rather than pursuing law, it was acting that won the day, with Yassin going on to enjoy an acting career that spanned over 55 years, starring in many films and plays, as well as radio and TV series in the 1970s and 1980s.
On the occasion, National Centre for Translation offers 50% discount on all its publications
The academy said that in her poems, the self listens for what is left of its dreams and delusions, and nobody can be harder than she in confronting the illusions of the self.
Nevine Gamea, Minister of Trade and Industry and Chairperson of MSMEDA, said that the exhibition is part of President Al-Sisi’s directives to provide full support to Egypt’s heritage industries and handicrafts sectors.
On Monday, Netflix launched the first trial of the series, which is based on the eponymous novel by the late Egyptian author Ahmed Khaled Tawfik.
Created by the International Union of Architects (UIA) in 1985, World Architecture Day’s theme this year is “Toward a better urban future”. Many Arab and Egyptian Architects will participate in the celebration, including representatives from the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).
Programme aims to build bridges between youth across Egypt
Late actor shined in many roles as part of extensive career in Egyptian cinema, theatre, drama
The auditions will accept musicians and singers of both genders, on the condition that they are between 18 and 30 years old. Those interested are invited to directly contact the department’s central administration office before 15 November.
The forum, which will run until 30 September, will be held under the auspices of the International Arab Artists Forum’s founder, Fatima Naim, in cooperation with the Iraqi Embassy in Egypt and the Cairo Art Atelier.
As the only Egyptian to participate in restoration work on the Al-Aqsa Mosque’s minbar, Magdy Al-Adawy gives further details on the work carried out
The artefacts, discovered during excavations at the Al-Gharafa archaeological area of Tuna El-Gebel, include a limestone coffin and a number of shabti figures.
Honouring outstanding creators is sign of faith in their role developing nation, says Inas Abdel-Dayem
Proper nutrition is crucial for optimal growth and development. Children, in particular, have higher nutritional needs than adults, and are often at risk of micronutrient deficiencies as they are introduced to different foods and many develop picky eating habits at a young age.
The competition was held to raise awareness on methods of combating the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Ambassador Cohen stated, “Egypt’s antiquities are an important part of its heritage and that of all humanity, but also an important asset that creates jobs and income. The US has, for decades, worked hand-in-hand with Egyptians to preserve historical sites, strengthen tourism, and create jobs and income.”
European travellers of yore tended to focus less on observing surroundings but using religious texts for guidance
Event also presents authentic cuisine from Thai restaurants in Cairo
Application launched as many students were left studying at home due to COVID-19 pandemic