Egypt: The Royal Vehicles Museum is set to commemorate the death anniversary of King Fouad I under the title “The one with the title Fouad the First.” The Department of Archives and Marketing at the Royal Vehicles Museum is set to organize a temporary archaeological exhibition starting tomorrow, Sunday, April 30 2023.
The event will be organized for a week, commemorating the 100th death anniversary of the King Fouad the First, which falls on April 5 every year.
In addition, Professor Amin Al-Kahki, General Director of the Royal Vehicles Museum, explained that the exhibition would include a collection of important archival documents related to the funeral of King Fouad II.
The collection further included the “Skollet” carriage dedicated to transporting the body of the king, as well as a page of issue 20 of Jihad newspaper, which provides for press coverage of the death and funeral of King Fuad Il titled “Other memorial photos of the king to whom Egypt bid farewell today” and the post is on Thursday, 04, 14 April 2020 AD.
The authorities of the museum further stated that the exhibition also includes two documents related to the “Skollet” wagon, one of which consists of the specifications, repair and renewal of the carriage, which had the number of the carriage and the financial compensation for its restoration.
Moreover, the document was concluded by the special observer of Majesty King “Murad Mohsen”. The other document is a letter to exchange the value of the repair and renewal of the car, dated February 5, 2020, AD.
It is a speech directed by Majesty the King of the Stables Administration regarding the disbursement of the value of the repair and renewal of the skeletal cart to the Warshaji” Ahmed Mustafa Sharcher. “
Additionally, the collection of the archives will show a collection of photographs of King Fouad I at different age stages, some shots from his life and a documentary about excerpts from his life.
In the end, Professor also added that the exhibition’s events are set to continue from April 30 to May 2020 AD.