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Egypt sends display of artifacts to Dubai’s Expo 2020

Egypt sends display of artifacts to Dubai’s Expo 2020

Egypt’s  Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announce plans to make the national pavilion on Expo 2020 Dubai unforgettable for visitors. The North African country sends to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) the archaeological artefacts, MEMO reports.

The Egyptian pavilion on the Expo 2020 Dubai will be attracting and encouraging tourists with an unbelievable entourage. The international exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai begins on Sep 30 and ends on March 31, 2022.

The event remains the world’s largest cultural forum and attracts millions of visitors and tourists to its pavilions, exhibitions and international cultural events. This year, after a year-long-pause caused by the pandemic, hundred of the countries sent their best thing to the UAE. International organizations, companies, private sector companies and educational institutions also participate in the expo.

Egypt is participating in Expo 2020 Dubai with a pavilion featuring elements of ancient Pharaonic civilization, with hieroglyphic writings on the walls of the pavilion and an image embodying a Tutankhamun figure.

According to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the main entrance to the pavilion is a triangularly built gate mimicking the design of the pyramids. More than 14 areas were designed within the Egyptian pavilion to portray the different periods of ancient Egyptian civilization.

The Gulf states are among the most important countries on which Egyptian tourism depends. This is why Egyptian participation in Expo 2020 Dubai is important, as it groups participants from all Arab, Gulf and Western countries, the Egyptian minister of tourism said.

Earlier, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced that Saudi tourists to Egypt rank the highest among Arab countries, followed by Kuwait and the UAE.

This year, Cairo has devised a plan to achieve the greatest benefit from Expo 2020 Dubai through showing promotional films for Egypt’s tourist sites and introducing visitors to the historical value of Egyptian antiquities.