This museum is very big, there are many things about Egyptian artifacts, and you can learn a lot about Egyptian history.
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The Egyptian Museum was designed and built by the famous French archaeologist Mariette, who is called "the father of Egyptian museums" by the Egyptians, in 1858 in Braa, north of Cairo. The Egyptian Museum should be regarded as the museum with the longest stay. I didn’t even stay here for the Palace Museum for a long time. Maybe it’s just one chance, and I won’t want to go again in the future! For me, visiting this kind of place is really a go-around.
Of course it is a place worth visiting. Turin has many museums, most of them are relatively modern, like cars, etc. These are relatively old, and are of great significance to the study of the origin of human civilization and the history of Egyptian civilization.
A place I have always wanted to go. Tickets cost 15 euros. It is recommended to bring a small bag instead of a large backpack, otherwise you will have to store the bag. It's worth a visit. In addition to cultural relics, archaeological history and prospects are also added. The ancient Egyptians are so cute. They think that by drawing an eye on the outside of the coffin, you can see what's outside.
The Egyptian Museum is a place worthy of repeated visits by those who live here to cultivate interest and increase knowledge. There is so much content inside, we spent 3 hours watching half of the exhibits and their text introduction. Although very tired, there were many interesting discoveries, which also aroused the yearning for mysterious things in my youth. The exhibits are also high in gold, ranging from small sculptures and fragments to huge coffin lids and mummies, either exquisite or magnificent. The souvenir shop sells many beautiful little things at reasonable prices, and a brilliant and ancient Great Pyramid paperweight only costs 20 Euros. It is worth mentioning that the guide is equipped with Chinese. If you want to go, please remember to wear headphones, otherwise it is really inconvenient to listen to your ears.
It is only open in the morning on Mondays, and all day during the rest of the day. There are 4 layers in total, arranged in chronological order and excavation order. Tickets are 15 euros and there is a discount on Fridays. The museum is in the center of Bologna, 1,000 meters from the train station. By the way, the church next to the museum can go to a restaurant for free.