Sharm el-Sheikh Museum received on Saturday first three artifacts that will be displayed in the museum after its inauguration.
The three artifacts transferred to the museum included a huge head of pink granite statue belongs to Goddess Hathor, adding that it is scheduled to be displayed in the museum’s courtyard.
The second artifact depicts a lion statue of red granite, which will also be exhibited in the outer courtyard of the museum.
The selection of the artifacts came in accordance with the museum displaying scenario set by the High Committee for the Museum after the approval of the Permanent Committee of the Egyptian Antiquities.
He added that more and more artifacts will be transferred to the under-construction museum ahead of their permanent display.
The construction works of Sharm El-Sheikh museum began in 2006 but came to a halt in 2009 due to architectural problems, and due to budget issues after 2011.