The “Egyptian Musuem” is the most extensive collection of Pharonic antiquities in the world.
Designed in a Neoclassical style and opened in 1902, the musuem has 107 halls, and holds some 160,000 artifacts. Its echibitis include the famous treasures of Tutankhamun , wooden models, statuettes, and the “Fayum Portraits “.
On display on the second floor are also many of the New Kingdom royal mummies.
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Points of Interest in the Area
A 360 degrees image inside the “Egyptian Museum”