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When your country relies heavily on tourism and you lose more than a third of your visitors due to a political revolution, you’ve got to do something pretty dramatic to get them back. And if you’re Egypt, you reopen a pyramid.
On Thursday, Antiquities Minister Muhammad Ibrahim unveiled the revamped Pyramid of Chefren, along with six ancient tombs at Giza, that will reopen after a multi-year restoration project. Ibrahim said several other archeological sites are also slated to open across Egypt in the coming months.
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