Egypt to finalise $151 million antiquities flagships

Egypt is planning to complete executing a number of antiquities projects 2.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($151.11 million) within the upcoming period, 1.47 billion pounds by December and 1 billion pounds in 2020, according to Mubasher.

The projects include the restoration of Baron Empain Palace and the resumption of the construction of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.

Last July, the Egyptian government opened Bent Pyramid for visitors. The 101-meter structure is located south of Cairo and was built for Pharaoh Sneferu.