Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly visited today <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/?s=the+National+Museum+of+Egyptian">the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization<\/a> (NMEC) at Old Cairo.\r\n\r\nMinister of Antiquities Khaled El-Anany, Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Assem El Gazzar accompanied Madbouly along with Cairo Governor Khaled Abdel Aal, and the Head of Armed Forces Engineering Authority Ehab Al Far.\r\n\r\nThe visit started with checking the latest construction and restoring work at NMEC ahead of transferring the royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to (NMEC) via a royal convoy.\r\n\r\nMoreover, Madbouly checked the status of the main exhibit hall, in addition to reviewing the exhibit options of the royal mummies at the museum.\r\n\r\nRegarding Ain Al-Sira Lake area developing project, Madbouly affirmed the importance of the project as a part of restoring the heritage of Fustat area due to its important location.\r\n\r\nIt contains various historical sites qualifies it to be an international touristic destination.\r\n\r\nThe PM added that the final touches on the various international cultural and archaeological activities such as royal mummies\u2019 convoy are coping with president Sisi directions.\r\n\r\nThe main target of this project is underlining the government\u2019s efforts for developing Cairo and the rest of old cities of heritage.\r\n\r\nOn his part, El-Anani affirmed the NMEC importance, saying that the museum plays a vital role in highlighting the progress of the Egyptian civilization over successive eras to the visitors. Therefore, it displays a unique collection of artifacts dated back to various eras.\r\n\r\nEl-Anani presented a detailed illustration of the exhibits at Royal Mummies Hall, including the collection of Sengem the priest, models of status of servants, wooden statues of ancient Egyptian gods, and Thutmose IV\u2019s Egyptian faience collection, It contains 1500 artifact narrating the impressive history of Egypt.\r\n\r\nDuring the visit, El-Anani showed Madbouly the multimedia museum providing impressive visual effects to attract the visitors while entering the Royal Mummies Hall. The multimedia consists of two active screens for playing the content.\r\n\r\nIt is worth mentioning that NMEC is a collaboration project between Egypt and UNESCO to be one of the biggest museums of civilization in Egypt and the Middle East. It provides a new contemporary vision of the Egyptian heritage. It also contained a modern center of antiques restoration with the latest technological equipment.