Egypt reopens 3,000-year-old Avenue of Sphinxes in grand, Luxor ceremony

Egypt celebrates reopening

The ancient road, once named the “Path of God,” was covered under sand for centuries and took decades to excavate and restore. Jakarta, Kabar Medsos – While Americans feasted their eyes on a full-blown Thanksgiving Day parade after a two-year Covid absence, nearly 6,000 miles away Egypt revived a very different cultural tradition that has not been seen for several thousand years. The country opened the 3,000-year-old Avenue of Sphinxes to the public Thursday in an extravagant ceremony in the southern city of Luxor that follows decades of excavation efforts.…