Egypt reopened the 4700-year-old tomb of King Djoser to tourists in the Saqqara pyramid after 15 years of restoration work.
The tomb is located south of Cairo near the famous Step Pyramid, the oldest large stone building in Egypt that dates back to the era of the Third Dynasty, and was also closed for restoration until March of 2020.
Egypt is keen to revive tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic, and has unveiled several archaeological discoveries and opened a new museum in the past few months.