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Work in full swing at Egypt's grand museum project

CAIRO, June 18, 2019

Work on the 167,000-sq-m Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is progressing at a steady pace with the structural work fully completed and the surrounding roads almost ready, said a report.

Work on the 167,000-sq-m Grand Egyptian Museum, an ambitious project for the Arab nation, is progressing at a steady pace with the structural work fully completed and the surrounding roads almost ready, said a report.

An ambitious project for the Arab nation, GEM boasts main museum building, the main square, the entrance for main visitors, the Ramses hall, the conference building, the pyramids wall, the recreational park, the Nile Valley, the children's park, Khufu, Pyramids Restaurant, and Masala.

Prime Minister Dr Mostafa Madbouli inspected the latest developments taking place in the project site and the surrounding area of the museum, reported Egypt Today.

He later toured the proposed site for the transfer of Khufu boats and instructed officials to deploy engineering and restoration affairs experts for the project, the report added.

The Premier was accompanied by Dr Khaled Anany, Minister of Antiquities and Major General Atef Moftah, General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum.




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