Djoser’s Step Pyramid- Saqqara
You can now visit the first complete standing building or funerary complex in history. The restoration and inauguration took place in March 2020.
If you watched the Netflix documentary, Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb, then we know you probably fell in love with this place. If you didn’t, read our review here!
Kom El Shoqafa Catacombs- Alexandria
In 2019, archeologists successfully managed to prevent the rising water levels from destroying the endangered tombs. It’s a wonderful site that is now accessible to the public, we highly recommend visiting!
Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue- Alexandria
Built by Egyptians in the 14th century and restored and inaugurated in 2020, the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue is a building that stood the test of time.
Saint Virgin Mary Church- Old Cairo
Better know as The Hanging Church, the site was also flooded with water and rendered completely inaccessible in some parts. Again, the water was fully pumped out and it’s now open for visitors.
Abu Serga Church- Old Cairo
One of the most significant churches in Egypt and the reason why is because the place was recorded as one of the stops on the Holy Family’s journey in Egypt. Restored and inaugurated in 2016.
El Azhar Mosque- Islamic Cairo
Built around the 19th century and originally inaugurated in 927, Al Azhar Mosque was fully restored and inaugurated once again in 2018.
The Museum of Islamic Arts- Islamic Cairo
In 2017, the biggest museum for Islamic Arts was restored and inaugurated. The museum was attacked in 2014 and suffered partial destruction of the facade as a result; 170 artifacts were also ruined.
Al-Fath Mosque- Abdeen
An amazing mosque that highlights the wonders and arts of Islamic architecture was also restored and inaugurated in 2020.
The Royal Vehicles Museum- Cairo
Founded by Khedive Ismail during the 19th century, it’s place like no other that displays all the royal chariots. The building was in a dire condition until its inauguration in 2020.
Baron Palace- Heliopolis
The biggest landmark in Heliopolis was also fully restored and inaugurated in 2020.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization- Fustat
Last but not least, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat. The final resting place for the recently moved 22 mummies is now open.