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  • Luxor Museum
    Luxor Museum
    The Luxor Museum was built on the eastern bank of the Nile to display the exquisite finds that reflect the luxury of Thebes during the New Kingdom. The artifacts displayed focus on the ancient Egyptian beliefs and military glory during the “Age of the Empire” in Egypt.
  • Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM)
    Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM)
    The Grand Egyptian Museum is built on a prestigious site, overlooking the Pyramids of Giza. The modern complex that harmonizes fantastically with the Giza plateau will be a new landmark for Egypt. A must for every traveler to Egypt.
  • Coptic Museum
    Coptic Museum
    Embraced by the Babylonian Fort, and in the heart of the Religious complex, lies the Coptic Museum, housing the largest collection of Egyptian Christian artifacts. It was founded by Marcus Simaika Pasha in 1910, with joint efforts between the Royal Family, Cairo Museum, and donations from Egyptian Christian Notables. 
  • Egyptian Museum
    Egyptian Museum
    The Egyptian Museum was built in 1902 and hereby the building itself is now considered an antiquity. It is located in the heart of the capital city, Cairo, overlooking the Tahrir square. 
  • Museum of Islamic Arts
    Museum of Islamic Arts
    The Museum of Islamic Arts was inaugurated in 1903, only one year after the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. It houses Islamic artifacts, throughout the ages, not only from Egypt, but from different parts of the world. The museum is situated in old Islamic Cairo. More than 5000 artifacts are on display, about 100,000 artifacts are stored.
  • NMEC
    National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)
    NMEC is the first museum of its type in the Arab world, devoted entirely to highlight the Egyptian civilization from prehistory to the present day. The museum is located within the archaeological site El-Fustat (First Islamic Capital), overlooking Ain El sira springs.