I visited the exhibition in the Amsterdam Expo, a few days before it closed. I have always been caught by ancient Egypt and I am very touched by this beautiful exhibition, my compliments to all involved, specially the people that created those beautiful replica artifacts... I am also very pleased by the fact that it is allowed to take camera's inside to make pictures!!!!
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When I was young in 1980 my Dad took us to a Tutanchamun Expo in Cologne, besides standing in a cue for hours and seeing lots of golden stuff I do not remember much. I took my 6 year old daughter over to Germany for xmas in 2010/11 and we visited the Tutanchamun Exhibition, afterwards she said: "Thank you Mum for taking me here". Back home in the southern hemisphere we read about King Tut in Melbourne so we did the trip as a family. Now my daughter talks about beeing an Archeologist, and wants to know more about Tutanchamun. Maybe one day we make the trip to Agypt... Until then Thank you to all to make it possible to Exhibit such great History that keeps generations in awe. Thank you Tutanchamun
Amazing! When it was in Manchester, I went on the 4th day it opened! Also for the last chance I went around the time it was closing. I never wanted it to leave! I love Ancient Egypt so much,it is my passion, and this was unforgetable! I am verey sad it has gone now.
A very good display. I found the jewlery and furniture particularly interesting. I have tried playing the game of Senet myself and it was interesting to see the original type of board.
This is my pleasure to have a chance to see the tomb of Feraon. Really it should bee shown in every states so that every personn having knowledge of history and Islam may see the exact condition of late Feraon.
It was a breathtaking experience indeed! Greetings to the cashier gentleman who is from Brazil! :)
fantastic place. I love This wonderfull Exibition.
Today, I visited the exhibition in München. It was amazing to be able to "touch" the history dating back thousands of years. I recommend this exhibition to everybody who has an opportunity to visit it. Loreta. Lithuania.