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Two ancient Egyptian beer breweries discovered in Dakahlia governorate

The ministry of antiquities announced on Wednesday discovering new human and animal burials, and two breweries in Tel Ghazala archaeological site in El Senbellawein city, in Dakahlia governorate. Ayman Ashmawy, head of head of the Ancient Egyptian Antiquities sector said in a press release that the burials date back to the Prehistoric era in Egypt, …

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Distinguished Egyptian musician Michele El-Masry dies at 85

Prominent Egyptian musician and composer Michele El-Masry died on Saturday at the age of 85, after a long battle with illness. The Egyptian legend is one of the biggest musicians to have enriched the musical scene in Egypt, with some of the most successful soundtracks that gained wide success among Egyptians. El-Masry performed with the …

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Egypt retrieves 195 antiquities from Italy smuggled last May

Egypt retrieved on Friday a collection of 195 artefacts, along with 21,660 coins, that were illegally smuggled to Italy last May, according to state-owned media outlet Ahram Online. The artefacts date back to various periods from ancient Egypt to the Islamic era. Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced last May that the Egyptian Embassy in …

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UNESCO adds two new Middle Eastern sites on its Heritage List

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced on Saturday adding seven new cultural sites on its World Heritage List, whereby two of them are located in Oman and Saudi Arabia. The announcement came through during the 42nd session of the committee, an annual meeting the World Heritage committee holds. This year, the …

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