Completion of the development for the Philae temple in Aswan
The Supreme Council of Antiquities has completed the work of the project to develop the area of the Philae Temples in Aswan, where an internal marina was established for the area and places to wait for visitors, in addition to raising the efficiency of the lighting system.
Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, explained that the project is part of the council’s plan to develop museums and archaeological sites at the level of the republic, and work began with the project last February, so that the temple would have two entrances to organize the movement of tourists and avoid crowd.
Abdel Moneim Saeed, Director General of Aswan and Nubia, added that the dimensions of the new berth are 24m X 6m, and it has waiting seats, a private bridge of 18 meters, in addition to a walker with a canopy.
New lighting system have also been installed to develop the lighting system in the region.