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Egypt approves Pharaonic exhibition in 5 US, European cities

Despite the outbreak of the coronavirus around the world, Egypt is trying to revive the tourism sector by planning to take remarkable archaeological pieces on a tour around five prominent cities in Europe and the United States.
This picture taken on April 13, 2020 shows a view of the golden sarcophagus of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun (reigned between 1342-1325 BC) as it lies for restoration at the restoration lab of the newly-built Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) in Giza on the southwestern outskirts of the capital Cairo. (Photo by Khaled DESOUKI / AFP) (Photo by KHALED DESOUKI/AFP via Getty Images)

Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has approved a foreign exhibition tour titled "Ramses and the Pharaohs Gold” from November 2021 until February 2025. The exhibition will be held in five prominent cities abroad, three of which are in the United States.

The exhibit’s collection will be showcased at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Houston, De Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco, The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza in Boston, an exhibition center in London and La Villette Hall in Paris.

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