Egyptian museums display artifacts that highlight the concept of love

Egyptian museums celebrated the "Day of Love", which falls on February 14 every year, by highlighting a number of artifacts that express the concept of love in Egyptian civilization.

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities stated that the Alexandria National Museum presented the wedding invitation of King Farouk and Queen Farida, which is presented to the senior guests, inviting them to attend the royal wedding.

This piece is shown for the first time, and it is a gold-plated pin, and in the middle is a picture of King Farouk I and Queen Farida, surmounted by the royal crown, and bears the date of January 20, 1938.

The Sharm El-Sheikh Museum displayed a box of aromatic paint, dating back to the 19th Dynasty of the New Kingdom.

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