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Egypt: Brief on the Cairo International Conference Center - Nefertiti Hall and exhibit halls, Egypt


A Brief on the Cairo International Conference Center

By Dr. Maged El-Bialy


Nefertiti Hall

Nefertiti Hall

To enter this beautiful hall you pass by a stunning three tiered fountain, overlooking the front garden at the Centre, and we trust you will find that the inside is just as lovely. The Hall seats 1,250 people in graceful comfort, or, if you wish, you may hold receptions for 3,000 with ease. The Hall has its own orchestra balcony for live music, and the glass walls enable you to look out into the twinkling night. The magnificent kitchen below services the Hall; housing experienced chefs whose pleasure is to provide you with any cuisine you care to name.

Nefertiti Hall

Exhibitions Halls

Regardless of what you wish to exhibit, the marble floors, the glass walls looking out onto the garden, the discreetly elegant chandeliers will make the Exhibition Halls at the CICC the perfect setting. Major emphasis has been placed on the details for exhibit set-up, from lighting to background set-ups.

Exhibition Hall I

This hall comprises 3000 square meters of exhibition space that may be split off into sections of any desired size. The plush chairs are movable, and you may have the setting redesigned at will.

Exhibition Hall II

This hall is adjoined to the main building of the Center with a tunnel and comprises 10,000 square meters of exhibition space. It could be divided into four sections cordoned off with moveable partitions. Two cafeterias serve this area. There is also a special entrance for the loading and the unloading of the exhibits to help facilitate the processes.

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