News Mummies of 18 kings and 4 queens in Egypt moved to the museum accompanied by a cortege administrator 3 April 2021 Mummies of 22 pharaohs in Egypt were moved from the streets of Cairo to the new museum, accompanied by a cortege. In Egypt, the mummies of 22 pharaohs were transported to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization after being paraded through the streets of the capital Cairo in the evening. In addition to many Egyptians, people from many countries around the world showed great interest in the transplant, which was performed with a magnificent ceremony. In the ceremony called ‘Golden Gate of the Pharaohs’, which was broadcast live by about 400 televisions in the world press, 18 kings and 4 queens were transported for 5 kilometers in separate vehicles designed according to ancient Egyptian traditions. It was stated that Mummies, taken from where they have been for centuries, will start to be displayed to visitors at the ‘National Egyptian Civilization Museum’ in the south of the city from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the capital of the country. On the other hand, among the historical kings and queens whose mummies were carried were Ramses II, Ramses IX, Seqenenre Taa II and Hatshepsu. While the mummies were transported in gold-colored preservatives with shock absorbers, the transport took about 40 minutes. It was stated that the museum will be open to the public as of tomorrow. Referring to the importance of the ceremony during the parade, Egyptian President Abdulfettah El Sisi said, “This ceremony is an admirable ceremony. It will be a proof of the greatness of the Egyptian people who have embraced the values of this unique civilization that goes deep into the depths of history. I invite you to buy. ” He gave place to his statements.