Luxor, Egypt – Egypt’s Grand Egyptian and Museum of the Dead have opened to the public, according to a press release from the country’s National Museum of Antiquities.
The museum will offer visitors the opportunity to explore the rich and colorful history of the ancient cities of Egypt, as well as to enjoy the cultural diversity of the country and the region, said Naim al-Dawla, head of the Museum of Art.
The museum, which opened in 1922, has recently been the site of some of the most ambitious archaeological excavations in Egypt.
The Grand Egyptian, located on the outskirts of Luxor city, is one of the oldest and most important museums in the country.
The Grand Egyptian museum features exhibits on ancient Egyptian art, medicine, architecture, literature and philosophy, among others.
Among the objects on display are the ancient Egyptian clay tablets, an enormous mummified body, the oldest known stone vessel and a bronze bust of a woman in full dress.
The grand Egyptian museum also includes a gallery of ceramics, a collection of Egyptian art and manuscripts and a vast collection of objects and artefacts from the Neolithic period.
The collection will include an enormous collection of bronze objects dating back to the Neolith period, including pottery and tools.
In addition, visitors will be able to experience ancient Egyptian life through the museum’s many exhibitions, including a unique exhibition entitled “An Egyptian History” featuring paintings, ceramical works, sculpture and pottery.
The grand Egyptian is a key element of the National Museum’s plans to revive and preserve Egypt’s cultural heritage.
The project is a partnership between the National Council for Antiquities (NCA), which runs the museum, and the Grand Egyptian Institute, a non-profit organization that is funded by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The Egyptian National Museum will be housed in a new building, the Grand Museums of the Nile, which will open in 2018.
The new museum will be the first museum in the world dedicated entirely to Egyptian antiquities.