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Top Museums in Cairo

Top 10 Museums in Cairo

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Famous museums in Cairo ” Travelling is certainly one of the best and most beautiful things in life, through which you can help in changing a lot of your life, you get rid of routine and resist monotony and enjoy as much time as possible and allows you to experience a lot as if you are creating a new life other than your life through which you can learn about new cultures and adds a lot of knowledge about history and Previous lives and increases your knowledge of different civilizations.

Talking about travel means talking about a long topic that not only cannot be described by words but also a fun experience that you should live on your own.

A trip to a wonderful and different destination, a trip to the land of civilizations, A trip to Egypt!
On this journey, you will find many interesting things to see and enjoy visiting, One of the most important places you shouldn’t miss is Cairo! Oh, Cairo! The largest and most famous city in Egypt, which contains many tourist attractions and famous landmarks, including the most famous landmarks of the Cairo Tower and landmarks in Coptic Cairo and the well-known buildings in Islamic Cairo, as well as the most important landmarks of Cairo Museums!
Here are the 10 most famous museums in Cairo.

1- Egyptian Museum

One of the most important museums in the world with nearly 120,000 antiquities, the Egyptian Museum in Cairo is one of the most important museums in the world. The character of kings and queens in the previous life

In addition to the value of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo and its fame and heritage, but as of next year will be transferred from the valuable antiques and statues of many to be replaced by the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza from next March and will be inaugurated within days from now.

2- Gayer-Anderson Museum

The Gayer Anderson Museum is one of the most special places you’ll see on your tour to Islamic Cairo.
His name is somewhat strange and different because the choice of this name is due to British major John Gayer Anderson, who was the first of the founders of this museum, where he restored the two adjacent old houses in Cairo (Beit al-Quraidia, and the house of Amna Bint Salem) between 1935 and 1942 and began to fill them with distinctive artworks and Fine artifacts every time he travels and then goes back to Egypt.

As well as the museum has a different atmosphere and design completely distinctive where the house is decorated with a variety of designs there is a Persian room contains a wonderful tile and the Damascene room contains a lacquer and gold on top of the Queen Anne Room, which offers ornate furniture and silver tea set all besides the hall The reception which has a charming Mashrabiya gallery in that hall is fantastic, All this made this museum a very special place to choose as a location filmed scene from James Bond’s famous Spy Who Loved Me.

3- Abdeen Palace

The palace was built in 1863 on a very large area of about 25 acres and then turned into a magnificent palace to the headquarters of the government in 1872 after it was built carefully by professional engineers Egyptian, Turkish, Italian and French, and then restored the palace in the late The eighties and is a valuable part of the heritage of Egypt and is also one of the most beautiful palaces in the world.

Although the restoration took longer than expected due to the damage to the palace after the strong earthquake that struck Egypt in 1992, the restoration of the palace remained in good condition and is one of the most important and most famous palaces erected during the reign of Muhammad Ali Pasha.

In addition to the endless history of the palace, which had an important role in the era of Khedive Ismail until his grandchildren through King Farouk as well as the end of the restoration of the palace in the era of Mubarak.
In addition to the many things you will know about the palace when you visit, enjoy a wonderful tour and distinctive in this distinctive palace.

4- Memphis Museum

The open-air museum in Memphis, which is only about 20 Km from the south, means it takes about 45 Mints from Cairo to the Memphis Museum.

The museum was named after the city as it was considered the capital of Egypt and was considered the first capital of Egypt after the reunification.

The name of Memphis dates back to the ancient Egyptian name Men-Nefer and then Greece called it Memphis and this remained its name until now.

This city is a busy city where the local god of Memphis was called Ptah, who was prepared by the old God of creation and workers also worshipped with his wife, goddess Sekhmet and their son, the god Nefer Tom.

Then a few remains of ancient Memphis relics were associated with the nearby Saqqara as well as Dahshur and others and was one site with many other graves While you can now visit the historical open-air museum, which contains a lot of artifacts, most notably a huge limestone statue of King Ramses II, which is about 10 meters long, with many other details and rest to talk about the history of this wonderful museum.

5- Child Museum

The Children’s Museum in Heliopolis, located in Cairo, is the center of the civilization of children and creativity. It was established in 1986 and was renovated twice in 1996 and 2012.

It is a large cultural museum on a very large area of about 4000 square meters in 14 acres, 14.3 acres of landscapes, and was built by the Heliopolis Association for the benefit of all the children of Egypt and it was a huge and large work included many contributions from museums and Egyptian and international institutions.

It is a museum on a strong and wonderful level where it was designed by Egyptian experts in cooperation with experts from the United Kingdom and the United States and was built by specialists from around the world who contributed to the design of this museum is such a wonderful way to provide the best possible opportunities for children and young people Learning through practical training on exhibitions, interactions, computer games, and a stunning dome exhibition takes the visitor through the history of science in Egypt.

In May 2012, Egypt won the International Museum and Heritage Award in the United Kingdom.

6- The Coptic Museum

The Coptic museum was founded in 1908 and includes a lot of Coptic art from the beginning of Christianity in Egypt until the beginning of Islam and is a very different and beautiful place where all the galleries in this museum decorated with elaborate wood sculpture and no less beautiful and glamor of the treasures that are displayed and These sculptures show strong continuity from the Ptolemaic period and include rich textiles as well as frescoes covering the entire walls of the monastery.

The museum is designed very beautifully and coordinated and there are two large rooms on the upper floor and most distinguishes them is the existence of wonderful Coptic textiles dating back to the old centuries from the fourth to the seventh century in addition to woven embroidered and also a room with the main source of Gnosticism there are manuscripts Nag Hammadi in addition to containing On the oldest book of psalms in the world, the Psalms of David with two magnificent original wooden covers.

7- Islamic art museum

One of the oldest and largest museums in the world and contains rare and distinctive artifacts, The establishment of this museum dates back to the late 1980s when the Egyptian competent authorities decided to collect important antiquities, monuments, and structures and then placed them in the eastern part of the Hakim Mosque.

This was in 1880 and not long after that the Egyptian government displayed these relics in an exhibition created specifically to display this unique collection of antiquities and this museum was in the courtyard of the Mosque of al-Hakim, named after the House of Arab Antiquities, and exhibits of Islamic art It was not until it was officially opened to the public visits on December 28, 1903, that the museum was renamed until after the Egyptian Revolution in 1905 to become the Museum of Islamic Art.

At the time of its inauguration, the museum contained nearly 7000 exhibitions, and the number of exhibitions increased and doubled to 78,000 in 1978. Continuity of increase until it reached nearly 100,000 pieces today.

8- October War Panorama

The 6th of October War Panorama is a monument and a museum that commemorates victory in the October 1973 War. This museum was built on a large area of approximately 32,000 square meters (7.5 acres) and is located in Heliopolis, Cairo.

The museum was built with the help of North Korean artists, and it is running by the management of the Egyptian national museums.

Was chosen to build this museum of the cylindrical shape, which resembles the inverted fort in the style of Islamic architectural style, what a distinctive museum tells the story of a distinct Egyptian victory and a profound impact on the hearts of Egyptians.

9- Agricultural Museum

The Agricultural Museum, which contains a huge and huge period of valuable and diverse information about Egyptian agriculture since the Pharaonic era, which is the most containing places on the agricultural industry in Egypt since it was known in Egypt. This museum is located in Dokki, Cairo and is considered as the center of agricultural culture.

Founded for the first time in the palace of Princess Fatima daughter of Khedive Ismail after the issuance of an official decision to build this museum on November 21, 1972 and began construction in 1930 and was at this time considered the first agricultural museum in the world, as well as classified as the second most important specialized site In agriculture, after the Agricultural Museum in Budapest.

It has been built on a wide area of about 3 acres and includes many sub-museums, there are a plant growth building and the building of scientific groups as well as building the Egyptian-Chinese friendship, in addition to many other groups.

This museum holds a lot of interesting information useful to ordinary visitors and interesting experts, many scientists and researchers are interested in agricultural research, historical and veterinary to this museum to increase knowledge. This museum is a large treasury filled with valuable and diverse information you find yourself enjoying you see rare plants and tools dating back more than 15 thousand years and see paintings and remains that tell about the Pharaonic times and extinct plants such as Persea plant, which is considered by the Pharaohs sacred plant At the same time you enjoy many pieces that tell about the development of agriculture over the ages and the paintings that show the ancient Egyptian suburbs, and how agriculture looked at different times.

Besides all these valuable details about this magnificent building, but this wonderful place the entry ticket does not exceed 9 Egyptian pounds only allows you to enter and tour this museum comprehensive and historical find all this valuable knowledge to enter the doors at very cheap prices

This tour is valuable and adds a lot of knowledge, but it is also like a family outing so you and your children can enjoy all the items on offer and benefit a lot.
A tour that will delight you!

10- The Military Museum In Cairo

From the Pharaonic era to the modern era, the Egyptian army won many battles and became famous for its victories in many battles throughout the times and the country. In 1937, the museum exhibits were taken only two rooms from the old building of the Ministry of Defense in Cairo. The museum is officially opened for visitors General T. on November 1949 after nearly two years of preparations Military Museum is located today inside the Citadel of Saladin in the western section within the northern swear of the castle overlooking the cliffs.

The museum explains the stories of the Egyptian military forces since prehistoric times and until now and among them put a large number of battles and wars where the Egyptian army showed its skill and strength is famous since ancient times famous for his valor, said Napoleon Bonaparte Egyptian army (the best Egyptian Soldiers in the world)

The museum contains many historical and valuable information about many legends since the rulers of Egypt during the Pharaonic times, such as Ramses II and King Menes, and then unify the poles of Egypt to the south and north, as well as other statues of the most modern rulers of Egypt such as Saladin, apparent Baybars Passed by Muhammad Ali and some of his grandsons such as Khedive Ismail and many other rulers and battles and famous tournaments waged by this powerful army

In addition to the story of the place chosen to be held by this museum and many other stories that will make you very happy to hear about when you visit this wonderful place.

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