Dr. Khalid Al Anani, Minister of Tourism & Antiquities headed for the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) at Rmayah Square, near the Pyramids area in Giza Governorate.
The minister inspected the last touches of museum show related the hall, Great Steps, two Halls of King Tutankhamun in the GEM.
The minister was accompanied by Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary- General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Maj. Gen. Atef Moftah, General Supervisor on the GEM and the surrounding area, Dr. Al –Tayyib Abbas, Assistant-Minister for Archeological Affairs in the GEM, Engineering Consultant for the project, the contractor and a leading officials of the GEM.
The tour included inspecting the exterior and interior facades of the museum, the courtyard and side steps, the Great Steps, halls of showing treasures of King Tutankhamun that numbered 107 show windows that imported from Italy and Germany.
About 65% of the young king were on show in 65 show windows
Works of installing the artifacts in the lounge and on the Great Steps.
Those artifact are still undergoing the delicate restoration.