The golden pharaoh Tutankhamun has lately invaded the French capital with loads of banners, posters as well as his belongings being extensively scattered over the streets in Paris.
The mentioned objects and illustrations are put up on buildings, shops, metro and bus stations in preparation to welcoming the exhibition of the Egyptian boy king. Newspapers and French magazines have been advertising for the iconic move since then.
The exposition is to be inaugurated in the period between March 21st and September 15th of 2019.
In integration with the Grand Egyptian Museum; The major showing of “King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh” will be held at Grande Halle de La Villette to all public audience including children.
Physically impaired audience have the free will to reserve parking slots 24 hours prior to arriving, regarding visually impaired audience there will be Braille and large print documents, and outdoor cinema with audio described and subtitled films, which gives a sign of good organization that is in the interest of both the ministry and carnival.
This move is in huge favor to international tourism in Egypt since it has come drastically down in the last couple of years due to a series of unfortunate events.
The “King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh” is scheduled to be held in France, Japan, US, Canada, Australia and South Korea to call attention to the Egyptian Culture and help increase the resources of the ministry.