Egypt is always full of cultural events that express its identity, history and civilization over time, and in the coming hours there will be two important events, their impact is clear on international forums, on January 26, that is, the day after tomorrow, and this is what we will review through the next robbery.
The first event is the reception of the Cairo International Book Fair in its 54th session, its visitors, following the official opening by Dr. Eight o’clock in the evening, from Saturday to Wednesday, and from ten until nine o’clock on Thursday and Friday.
Set the price of the electronic ticket to enter the Cairo International Book Fair 2023 in its 54th session, which is scheduled to start on January 25, at the Egypt International Exhibition Center, in the Fifth Settlement, at a value of 5 pounds, and entry is from the gate vip And all the gates, believing in the Egyptian state’s direction towards digital transformation, supporting cultural justice, and encouraging the “Green Green” initiative using environmentally friendly ingredients.-
As for the second event, it is the announcement of the great archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, of a new archaeological discovery in the Saqqara antiquities area, at exactly ten o’clock in the morning, and the seventh day was published yesterday about the details of the new discovery, which contains a group of coffins, statues, mummies, and pottery, inside tombs dating back to of the era of the modern state, and the holdings have colored engravings, and they are in very good condition.-
Saqqara is an important part of the Memphis necropolis, and it is about 40 km away from Cairo. The area is truly an open museum, as it includes among its flanks most of the antiquities of ancient Egyptian history. The area contains the tombs of kings and senior officials of the first and second families (about 3040-2686 BC) The Step Pyramid also included the oldest huge stone building in history for King Zesar (about 2686-2667 BC), and it contained pyramids of the most important kings in the Fifth Dynasty (about 2494-2345 BC) and the Sixth (about 2345-2181 BC), where Pyramid King Wanis (circa 2375-2345 BC) was the first to inscribe his burial chamber with the texts of the pyramids, which were intended to protect the king during his journey in the other world.