A "majestic" procession of royal mummies in Egypt .. the pharaoh's golden parade
Egypt is preparing to transfer royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum to the Museum of Civilization in an event described as global
In a large and majestic procession, the royal mummies are preparing to leave the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir on April 3 to settle in the Museum of Civilization in Fustat
The procession includes 22 mummies, including 18 kings and 4 queens, including the mummies of Ramses II, Saqnin Ra and Hatshepsut
A procession of mummies will roam the streets of Cairo in an artistic festival that brings to mind the transfer of the statue of King Ramses II in 2006
Ahmed Ghoneim, CEO of the National Museum of Civilization: "A procession of mummies will be presented by a group of horses and motorcycles and the firing of shots in honor of the Pharaohs' kings."
CEO of the National Museum of Civilization: "The event will include artistic reviews and Egyptian artists will participate in it."
With the arrival of the royal mummies to the Museum of Civilization, they will be received by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi
The decision to transfer royal mummies goes back to 2019, but implementation was postponed twice, the first to develop the roads and paths that the procession will cross, and the second due to the Corona pandemic