The Egyptian Antique’s Museum of Turin was founded in 1824 by king of Sardinia Carlo Felice of Savoy: at that time was the first Egyptian Museum of the world and today is second, for its importance, only to the El Cairo Museum. Its collections number more than 25.000 archeological finds, most of which are exposed inside the XVII century Palace of the Science’s Academy. The guided visit, which lasts about one hour and a half, will lead you to the discovery of the most important and precious pieces of the museum : from the pharaoh Ramesse II’s statue, situated in the amazing sculpture’s room, to the complete and exceptionally conserved equipment of the Architect Kha’s tomb; from the prehistoric mummy to the Royal Papyrus: a travel across marvels and curiosities about Egyptian civilization, that will leave you speechless and will show you why “the way to Memphis and Thebe passes through Turin”!
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