The Ministry of Antiquities provided new services for visitors at archaeological sites in Egypt.
In a step towards enhancing visitors’ experience in archaeological sites in Egypt, the Ministry of Antiquities provided a number of services in Giza plateau.
Ayman Saeed Assistant of the Minister of Antiquities for the Development of Archaeological Sites, explains that the work in the plateau came within the framework of
cooperation protocol signed between the ministry and the National Bank of Egypt to develop a number of archaeological sites in Egypt.
The protocol also includes other sites such as Abu Simbel, Philae and Karnak temples as well as Dahsour and Saqqara archaeological sites.
At Giza, he continues, unites includes of a front desk, sun shades, benches as well as power enhancement to charge mobiles and cameras were installed in different areas in the plateau.
The front desk has inspectors to help and assist visitors of the plateau if required as well as guiding them.
He pointed out that guiding panels, and signboards were also installed to improve the presentation of the archaeological site in cooperation with the National Bank of Egypt and the UNESCO Office in Cairo, in coordination with the Service Development and Financial Resources Development Department at the Ministry of Antiquities