105 showcases allocated for King Tutankhamun's artifacts in the Grand Egyptian Museum


Sun, 28 Mar 2021 - 02:00 GMT

FILE - King Tutankhamun golden sarcophagus

FILE - King Tutankhamun golden sarcophagus

CAIRO – 28 March 2021: The Grand Egyptian Museum contains more than 50,000 artifacts, including the entire collection of King Tutankhamun, which will be displayed for the first time to the public. 



That is, visitors will be greeted with more than 5,000 items belonging to the Golden King at the time of the museum’s opening.



Recently, the implementation of the display scenario for the Golden King’s collectibles has been launched. The holdings of King Tutankhamun will be displayed in 105 showcases that will be located in two halls. 



General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum and the surrounding area Atef Moftah said in previous statements that work in the museum is complicated and that the museum in its quality and detail is one of a kind.



Director General of Restoration Affairs at the Grand Egyptian Museum Hussein Kamal said in previous statements that all the pieces belonging to King Tutankhamun have been completely restored, and have been placed on the schedule for the museum display in the halls allocated for the Golden King.






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