Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Anany concluded his current visit to Luxor by inspecting the restoration work of the Rams Road and the ongoing works in Luxor Temple in preparation for its grand opening.
El-Anany was accompanied during his tour by the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri, the Assistant Minister of Tourism for Projects Affairs Hisham Samir, and the head of the Central Administration of Antiquities in Upper Egypt Mohamed Abdel Badi.
The minister was briefed, during the tour, on the renovation and upgrading of the lighting system along the rams road, and the guide panels, that will help visitors identify the necessary information on the touristic site, in addition to new procedures that will help facilitate access for the elderly and the disabled.
Al Kebbash road restoration is one of the most important archaeological projects that the state is currently implementing.
It aims to transform Luxor into the largest open museum in the world by linking the Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, the Temple of Mut and the ancient medical ruins being discovered in the Nagaa Abu Asba area with the Grand Processions Road.
The restoration of the Rams Road is one of the most important archaeological projects that the state is implementing, with the aims of transforming Luxor into the largest outdoor museum in the world by linking Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Mut Temple, and Ancient Thebes, that is currently being excavated in the area of Nagay Abu Asba with the “Great Processions Path”.