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10 Oct 2017 - 15 Oct 2017 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina | Seminar | Open For Public

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina will host The Cavafia 2017: The 14th International Literary Symposium, 14 – 15 October 2017. The event is under the auspices of the Greek Embassy in Cairo, and organized by the Hellenic Foundation for Culture, in cooperation with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Ministries of Culture of ...


14 Sep 2017 - 14 Sep 2017 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina | Lecture | Open For Public

The BA Alex-Med Center is organizing a lecture on the restoration works conducted on Al-Azhar Mosque to be delivered by Professor Saleh Lamei, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Center for Conservation and Preservation of Islamic Architectural Heritage. The Center for Conservation and Preservation of Islamic ...


22 Apr 2017 - 22 Apr 2017 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina | Lecture | Open For Public

In light of the BA’s keen interest in the field of heritage, and for the third consecutive year, the BA Alex-Med Center will host the Abu Simbel 50 campaign to celebrate the World Heritage Day. The Center will organize a seminar titled “Abu Simbel: A Sustainable Journey… Sustainable Heritage Tourism”...


7 Mar 2017 - 7 Mar 2017 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina | Book Launch | Open For Public

The BA Alexandria and Mediterranean Research Center (Alex-Med) is organizing a book launch for the book titled Conservation and Renovation of the Royal Jewelry Museum in Alexandria: A Historical, Analytical, and Architectural Study. The event is also an opportunity to honor the book’s author Dr. Aly Rafaat, professor ...


5 Mar 2017 - 5 Mar 2017 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina | Book Launch | By invitation only

The book is a collection of autobiographical presentations by a cross-generational group of Egyptian professional women that provides an important example of the history of achievements of women in the Middle East—all the more important because of the negative stereotypes and ignorance that often color today’...