YesAllow Kids (+5 years)
Single Person Entry:
The October 1973 War Panorama is a museum, which relates the battles of Egypt's greatest victory of modern times. The idea of the panorama was first introduced during President Hosni Mubarak's visit to North Korea in 1983. The project was opened by the President on October 5, 1989. The building and grounds stand on some 31 thousand square meters; a 6-square meter parking area is attached. Weaponry used by the Egyptian troops and Israeli weapons seized in the war is showcased in the open display area. The cylinder-shaped main building is 44m x 27m intersected by a 10.5m-iron and copper tower. It consists of four halls: The circular hall: which highlights the achievements of the Egyptian Armed Forces in the period from 1967 to 1973. Hall 2: in which the crossing of the Suez Canal is graphically shown. Hall 3: which showcases the achievements of the various branches of the Army during the October War. Hall 3 is a library with a reading hall attached. Panorama shows are presented in Arabic, English, German, Italian, French and Japanese.
Entrance , enjoying all museum shows, paintings and library.
- Food not allowed.
- Pets not allowed.
- You must reserve for large groups first.
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