spectacular historical venues
Built by Prince Mohamed Ali Tawfik between 1899 and 1929, the palace is an oasis of green in the heart of Cairo. Several buildings that served as residences and halls for private and royal functions are built in a mixture of Ottoman, Persian, and Rococo styles. The conference’s lectures on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of November will be held in the Golden Hall of the palace.
The Egyptian Museum, Cairo will host a public lecture on the evening of the 4th of November in its garden, and will be followed by a welcome reception. The lecture and reception are sponsored by the German Archeological Institute in Cairo
The magnificent landmark, Manasterly Palace located on the river Nile, from the late 19th century will host SAEMT gala dinner in its main hall. Al-Manasterly Palace boasts a breathtaking view on the Nile in a beautifully decorated late nineteenth century structure that was once only part of a much larger complex.