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Ready to work.. Completion of the development of Luxor Marina for Floating Hotels

The development work of the Morsi of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, for the floating hotels in Luxor, was completed yesterday, which was inspected yesterday by Dr. Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, after completing its development and rehabilitation and handing it over to the Ministry.


The Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces began implementing the Luxor Marina development project in November 2019, and it was completed and delivered the day before yesterday, Friday, 2021.


Samia Sami, the permanent representative of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, confirmed that the Luxor Marsa is now ready to receive floating hotels, as it is divided into two parts. The marina includes 69 stores.


She pointed out that the marina development project included the work of a drainage network for Nile boats along the marina, in addition to the work of a fire network.


Al-Marsa was also beautified by making fine art murals, the idea of ​​which is based on integrating Arabic calligraphy and images of Egyptian men and women from ancient Egypt and Upper Egypt, with the use of beautiful landscapes and their beautiful symbols such as palms and sailboats.


This is in addition to the work of polyester murals, which mainly depict scenes from the life of the ancient Egyptian in the Pharaonic civilization, and are equipped with lighting to highlight its beauty at night.


The floors were paved using marble, granite, and black basalt, and planting basins containing various forms of planting were made, in addition to providing the marina with 17 wooden pergolas and 6 kiosks to serve citizens decorated with inscriptions bearing the distinctive visual identity of Luxor.