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Egypt to build first museum celebrating religious tolerance 

Minister of Antiquities Khaled Anany announced plans to establish Egypt’s first museum to celebrate religious tolerance, to be located in the New Administrative Capital.  According to Anany, the museum will include pieces from the ancient Egyptian period, as well as the Islamic, Coptic, and Jewish civilizations, all while highlighting Islam’s teachings of tolerance and Egypt’s …

Daily News Egypt

New museum coming soon to Hurghada

Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Anany announced on Friday launching a new museum in Hurghada governorate, according to a press release issued by the ministry. The announcement was made at the inauguration of a sculpture exhibition that marked the end of the International Sculpture Symposium in Hurghada. The symposium was attended by Ahmed Abdullah, governor of …

Daily News Egypt

New museum to be established in Kafr El-Sheikh

The Ministry of Antiquities announced beginning the work to construct a new museum in Kafr El-Sheikh governorate, with a EGP 30m allocated budget, after work on it was halted in 2008. Elham Salah, head of the museums sector at the ministry, said in a press release that a new contract was signed between the ministry …

Daily News Egypt

Nice and the Cote d’Azur in painting

The south of France has inspired artists for centuries. After the tragic events of July 14 in Nice, here are some images seen through the eyes of artists who have captured the region’s beauty and joie de vivre.

Deutsche Welle

Building quickly and cheaply, but with a concept: Making a home for refugees in Germany

The German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt is inspiring politicians with its exhibition on architecture for refugees. It’s been chosen to represent Germany at the Venice Biennale in 2016, and the world will be watching.
The German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt is inspiring politicians with its exhibition on architecture for refugees. It’s been chosen to represent Germany at the Venice Biennale in 2016, and the world will be watching.

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