Egypt’s Antiquities Minister restores two cemeteries in Luxor at cost of LE16 million

[Egypt Independent - Egypt] - 10/09/2019
Minister of Antiquities Khaled al-Anani inaugurated two new cemeteries in the Zeraa Aboul Naga archaeological area in Luxor for the first time to the public after its restoration. The cost of restoration work cost was LE16 million, funded from the American Research Center, Secretary General of (...)
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