France's President François Hollande will open on Monday (Osiris, Sunken Mysteries of Egypt) exhibition in Paris.
The exhibit will be hosted by the Institut du monde arabe. It will show from September 8 to January 31, 2016.
Egypt's Antiquities Minister Mamdouh Damati and Tourism Minister Khaled Ramy will be present.
The Institute is a beacon for the diversity and influence of Arab culture and will present the exhibition in a spectacular display space covering nearly 1,100 square meters.
Its President Jack Lang hailed the planned exhibit, saying it comes as bilateral ties between Egypt and France witness a quantum leap.
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