The Grand Egyptian Museum
January 20, 2022
The Grand Egyptian Museum - in English: The Grand Egyptian Museum, in French: Grand Musée égyptien - is a huge museum in which construction began in Egypt in 2002 and was supposed to be completed in 2012, but the country's conditions postponed the completion of the construction of the museum for the year 2018. The location of the museum is in an area The pyramids in Giza and it is said that after its construction is completed, it will be a huge architectural masterpiece and the largest and greatest museum in the world. Former President Hosni Mubarak laid the foundation stone of the museum in 2002, and in May 2010 the second phase of its construction was completed. The museum will not only be an antiquities exhibition, but will also contain a center for the restoration of antiquities, one of the largest antiquities restoration centers in the world, lecture halls, and scientific museum stores. The museum will contain the most important monuments of Egypt, including the treasures of Tutankhamun, which will be next to a model of his tomb in the form it was at the time of its discovery in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor. And sun boats will be transferred from the vicinity of the pyramid of Khufu to the museum.