National Egyptian Museum
Egypt, Cairo

The Egyptian Museum of Cairo has collected what was possible to transfer to the capital after excavations: statues, obelisks, murals, papyri, sarcophagi, mummies, gold. Stunning treasury: one hundred fifty thousand exhibits in one hundred halls. The museum’s most significant collection is a collection dedicated to Tutankhamun (here is the Tutankhamun’s Golden Sarcophagus weighing 450 pounds of pure gold - possibly the largest piece of jewelry found in history). Other objects of the Old Kingdom are represented by statues of Cheops, Chefren and Mycerin. There are also collections dedicated to Thutmose III, Akhenaten and numerous statues of Ramses II.