Expedition to Egypt. April 2018.
Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art
Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art is a two-story building in a picturesque area of the city, on the eastern bank of the Nile. Its construction was conceived by the Ministry of Culture of Egypt in the second half of the XX century. In 1962, the Egyptian architect Mahmoud El Hakim created a plan for the museum building. In 1975, after the construction was completed, the museum was open for its visitors.
During the ongoing excavation works, carried out by various archeological missions, the collection of the museum is replenished up to the present time.
All the artifacts, exhibited in the Luxor Museum were discovered here, on the territory of Upper Egypt. The collection of the museum and high quality of its presentation allows visitor to "travel back in time" for a few thousand years ago - mostly into the the New Kingdom, the time of prosperity of Thebes as well as the whole Egypt.
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