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Egypt to announce opening of world’s largest open museum in Luxor governorate

As part of Egypt’s efforts to boost tourism, the Ministry of Antiquities bets on the restoration of El-Kebash Road in Luxor, which is one of the biggest open-air archaeological sites in the world.
Tourists visit the Karnak Temple Complex, Luxor, Egypt, March 10, 2020.

Egypt is putting the final touch to the opening ceremony of the Great Processional Way (El-Kebash Road), which will be held in Luxor in November. It will be the world's largest open-air museum, according to the Egyptian government.

On Aug. 24, Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly visited El-Kebash Road in Luxor governorate to inspect the preparations for the grand opening in November.

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