Learn about the most important details and information about the expected procession to transport royal mummies to the Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
Procession of royal mummies, an event awaited by millions in Egypt and the world, as it takes place on Saturday, April 3, in an awaited majestic procession.
The Egyptian Council of Ministers, in coordination with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the country, announced two links to provide a live broadcast service for the procession, which includes the procession, which includes 22 mummies.
Among them are 18 mummies of kings, and 4 of queens, including “King Ramses II, King Seknen Ra, King Tuthmosis _ for the third, King Seti I, Queen Hatshepsut, Queen Merit Amun, wife of King Amenhotep the First, and Queen Nefertari.
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism launched a promotional film with the participation of a number of Egyptian artists, which includes exclusive content on the history of the 22 mummies that will be transported in a procession that will roam the streets of Cairo from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, to the place of its permanent display in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in the Fustat region.
The journey of the procession is scheduled to start from its location in the Egyptian Museum, then the procession will start across the Nile Corniche and the Wall of the Oyoun Stream, to the Museum of Civilization in Fustat, and according to what Dr. Zahi Hawass said, the Egyptian President and a number of international figures are expected to receive the procession of kings inside the Museum of Civilization. .
The event broadcasts directly more than 600 TV channels around the world.
# Zahi-Hawass added that the transfer ceremony will include an official procession for each mummy that will be transported via an independent Pharaonic cart, and a large number of artists and artists will participate in this event, and he confirmed that the mummies will be displayed differently from the way they were displayed in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.
They will be displayed with coffins and belongings of kings and documentaries explaining their stories to audiences in Arabic and English.
Zahi Hawass described the event as the “best propaganda” for tourism in # Egypt, as the image of the procession will remain stuck in the minds of millions of all nationalities.