Egypt's most mysterious museum, unveil the millennium pharaoh veil! The museum has a collection of 250,000 cultural treasures of Egypt. Friends say that even if we visit for two days and two nights, we have to go see it.
Stepping into the main building, a thick atmosphere mixed with historical turmoil came. The most outstanding thing is that Tutankhamun is displayed with funeral objects. The golden bed, the golden chair, the golden rod, and the golden glory!
The pharaoh is quietly lying in a constant temperature and humidity glass box. When everything is dusty, even if it is left behind, it is empty.
Tips: The Egyptian museum is not big as it is only two floors, but the collection is rich and compact. If it is not clear; you can accompany the tour guide at the door; the ticket price is 350 lbs/person. If you need to take a photo, pay a photo charge.
The oldest museum in Africa, face to face with mummies! Unveiling the mysterious veil of Pharaoh
The Egyptian Museum is known as the Pride of Cairo. It is like a Treasure Island, full of treasures, vast and vast. My friend and I first came here, lost in the cultural relics, and turned to lost the road.
Pure gold enamel with glaze and ivory, god whip scepter and visceral snow can, wearing a sacred snake like a pharaoh statue wearing a gold skirt, 4700 years of vivid papyrus painting... Tens of thousands of treasures are private, just like this millennium old city, sometimes faint and sometimes bleak.
Tips: Before 9:00 am and after 3 pm, the museum has a small flow of people and the largest number of visitors at noon; if you want to take photos or take photos, remember to buy a photo coupon in advance (there will be staff to check) ticket). The most wonderful golden masks and golden dragonflies are on the second floor. If you don't want to line up, you can stroll upstairs.
The Egyptian Museum is located near the Liberation Square in downtown Cairo and was designed and built by the famous French archaeologist Marie in 1863. The whole museum is divided into upper and lower floors. More than 300,000 pieces of exhibits show people the civilization of ancient Egypt. When the items of thousands of years ago appear so completely in front of your eyes, you will not be able to sigh, the wisdom of the ancient people!
To explore the ancient Egyptian civilization, the museum is the best place to go. Located near the Tahrir Square in Cairo, it stands a quaint brick-and-red building, the world-famous National Museum of Egypt, which houses thousands of years of historical artifacts, totaling up to 250,000 pieces, each of which is The world is amazing.
When I walked into the vast treasure trove, the ancient text on the stone wall, the beautiful Tutankhamun gold mask, the pure gold petal-shaped crown of the twelve dynasty princesses; Lame West The second mummy, a variety of statues and mummies, these rich treasures make people willing to spend a day to appreciate.
In the ocean of Egyptian civilization, it is like reading a fresh history handbook, the Egyptian museum, carrying too much power.
Officially called the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, downtown Cairo's star attraction feels more like the warehouse of Indiana Jones than a traditional museum. Like the rest of Egypt, the organization may be a bit chaotic but it's worth it to spend at least half a day wandering the museum's two main floors. The highlight of the Pharonic treasures here are without a doubt the mummies of famous Egyptian Pharaohs. Queen Hatshepsut is the most recently discovered mummy here, while the remains of King Tutankhamen's tomb is the most visited attraction; check out the the 24-pound gold mask of King Tut's face.