Manial Palace Museum Hosts VR Tour of Holy Family's Journey in Egypt
The VR tours encompass 25 locations across 3,500 kilometres from Sinai to Assiut and back again.
For the first time, the Manial Palace Museum is offering immersive Virtual Reality (VR) tours tracing the sacred path of the Holy Family in Egypt. The tour commemorates Jesus, Mary and Joseph’s refuge in Egypt, encompassing 25 locations across 3,500 kilometres from Sinai to Assiut and back again.
Each site holds a treasure trove of artefacts, including churches, monasteries, wells, and Coptic icons, symbolising the Holy Family's passage through Egypt. Through this innovative VR experience, visitors can step back in time and embark on a spiritual journey, delving into Egypt’s rich religious heritage.
Visitors can access the VR tour through the museum’s temporary exhibit hall until July 30th.
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