A huge event was established in Egypt in Cairo to transport 22 mummies of the pharaohs from the streets of Cairo to the National Museum, where the museum was newly opened.
The pharaohs were transferred to their new resting place in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
In addition to working on preparing for the attendance of the most famous Egyptian artists wearing the ancient Egyptian Pharaonic costume, where they wait and present for the procession at the beginning of the show.
The procession of the Pharaohs was also led to their new resting place in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
The museum is located in the Fustat district, Cairo, and there is the first Islamic capital in Egypt.
The ceremony began, designed to showcase the procession of the Pharaohs, the rich heritage of the country of Egypt.
The procession of the Pharaohs began to move to the Egyptian Museum overlooking Tahrir Square, and it made a turn along the Nile Corniche.
Accompanied by the acoustic and optical engineering that made the event even more spectacular, the mummies were transported in controlled boxes.
It was loaded on trucks decorated with wings and an exquisite Pharaonic design.