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The Grand Museum (Giza)

Listed under Art Collections in Cairo, Egypt.

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When you have 7000 years worth of stories to tell, there better be a darn good place to tell it with lots of people who want to hear. Essentially, that is what Egypt's Grand Museum is like. It displays the history and images of all the crucial parts of Egyptian culture with ancient treasures, monuments, and relics. The museum aims at taking grasp of the diversity of Egypt 's heritage and recognizes the importance of showing everything in one place in one location to maintain and preserve this huge legacy all at once. You can spend hours looking through all the stuff they have here- the intricate details and drawings will absolutely stun you. And don't forget, the Grand Museum is only 2 kilometers from one of the most timeless Egyptians wonders of them all- the Giza Pyramids.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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