MUSEEN

Entdecke die vielfältige Geschichte Ägyptens Ägyptens vielfältige und komplexe Geschichte erstreckt sich über mehrere Jahrtausende: von der legendären altägyptischen Zivilisation bis zu seiner facettenreichen und mannigfaltigen Gegenwart. Es gibt keinen besseren Weg, in die verschiedenen Epochen und Zivilisationen der glorreichen Vergangenheit Ägyptens einzutauchen, als eines der zahlreichen Museen zu besuchen, die zu Ehren der vielschichtigen Geschichte des Landes errichtet wurden. Sie fassen dieses Erbe zusammen und bewahren es für die kommenden Generationen. Egal, ob du einen der großen Museumskomplexe der Hauptstadt besuchst oder einen Ausflug zu einigen der malerischen Museen in verschiedenen Teilen des Landes planst, jeder Ort wird dich garantiert in die Zeit entführen, wo du alles über die Kultur, Bräuche und Kultur, die vorherrschende Gesellschaftsstrukturen und das politische Leben jeder großartigen Ära erfährst.

Cairo & Giza:

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The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo is the oldest archaeological museum in the MENA region and a must-see during any visit to Cairo.

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The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo is the oldest archaeological museum in the MENA region and a must-see during any visit to Cairo.

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The Museum of Islamic Art

The Museum of Islamic Art is the largest museum of its kind in the world.

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The Museum of Islamic Art

The Museum of Islamic Art is the largest museum of its kind in the world.

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The Coptic Museum

Is home to around 16,000 artworks—the world’s largest collection of Coptic artifacts—including manuscripts, icons, carved woodwork, and religious-themed frescoes from ancient churches and monasteries.

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The Coptic Museum

Is home to around 16,000 artworks—the world’s largest collection of Coptic artifacts—including manuscripts, icons, carved woodwork, and religious-themed frescoes from ancient churches and monasteries.

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The Museum of Prince Muhammad Ali’s Palace

The Museum of Prince Muhammad Ali’s Palace in Al-Manial, Cairo, is known for its whimsical fusion of different art styles: Mamluk, Persian, Syrian, Andalusian, Moorish, and Ottoman.

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The Museum of Prince Muhammad Ali’s Palace

The Museum of Prince Muhammad Ali’s Palace in Al-Manial, Cairo, is known for its whimsical fusion of different art styles: Mamluk, Persian, Syrian, Andalusian, Moorish, and Ottoman.

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The Palace of Muhammad Ali Pasha (Opening soon)

The Palace of Muhammed Ali Pasha brings together European design influences with Islamic architecture, which makes it a magnificent representation of Egypt’s multicultural nature.

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The Palace of Muhammad Ali Pasha (Opening soon)

The Palace of Muhammed Ali Pasha brings together European design influences with Islamic architecture, which makes it a magnificent representation of Egypt’s multicultural nature.

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The Cairo International Airport Museums

The Cairo International Airport Museums, located in Terminal 2 and Terminal 3, are a gateway to Egypt’s amazing history, highlighting a collection of unique ancient Egyptian, Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and modern period artifacts.

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The Cairo International Airport Museums

The Cairo International Airport Museums, located in Terminal 2 and Terminal 3, are a gateway to Egypt’s amazing history, highlighting a collection of unique ancient Egyptian, Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and modern period artifacts.

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The Abdeen Palace Museum

Located in Downtown Cairo, Abdeen Palace—one of the official residences for the former royal family of Egypt, is easily one of the most beautiful and visited attractions in the capital.

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The Abdeen Palace Museum

Located in Downtown Cairo, Abdeen Palace—one of the official residences for the former royal family of Egypt, is easily one of the most beautiful and visited attractions in the capital.

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The Royal Carriages Museum

The Royal Carriages Museum in Boulaq, Cairo, was built to preserve and display the royal chariots of the Muhammad Ali dynasty and highlight the practice of horse breeding at the time.

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The Royal Carriages Museum

The Royal Carriages Museum in Boulaq, Cairo, was built to preserve and display the royal chariots of the Muhammad Ali dynasty and highlight the practice of horse breeding at the time.

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Das Königliche Kutschenmuseum

Das Royal Carriages Museum in Boulaq, Kairo, wurde gebaut, um die königlichen Streitwagen der Muhammad-Ali-Dynastie zu bewahren und auszustellen und die Praxis der Pferdezucht zu dieser Zeit hervorzuheben.

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Das Königliche Kutschenmuseum

Das Royal Carriages Museum in Boulaq, Kairo, wurde gebaut, um die königlichen Streitwagen der Muhammad-Ali-Dynastie zu bewahren und auszustellen und die Praxis der Pferdezucht zu dieser Zeit hervorzuheben.

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The Rokn Farouk Museum

The boat-shaped Rokn Farouk Museum overlooks the Nile River in Helwan district. Spanning an area of around 11,600 sqm, the museum operated as a rest house for King Farouk in 1941.

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The Rokn Farouk Museum

The boat-shaped Rokn Farouk Museum overlooks the Nile River in Helwan district. Spanning an area of around 11,600 sqm, the museum operated as a rest house for King Farouk in 1941.

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The Gayer-Anderson Museum

This well-preserved 16th century house, located near the Ibn Tulun Mosque, was once the home of Gayer Anderson, a British officer in the Egyptian civil service in the 1930s.

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The Gayer-Anderson Museum

This well-preserved 16th century house, located near the Ibn Tulun Mosque, was once the home of Gayer Anderson, a British officer in the Egyptian civil service in the 1930s.

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The New Administrative Capital Museum (opening soon)

Fittingly located in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital, this new museum promises to showcase the captivating history of Egypt’s former capitals, such as Memphis, Thebes, and Alexandria.

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The New Administrative Capital Museum (opening soon)

Fittingly located in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital, this new museum promises to showcase the captivating history of Egypt’s former capitals, such as Memphis, Thebes, and Alexandria.

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The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is the first museum of its kind to showcase Egyptian civilization from prehistoric to modern times.

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The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is the first museum of its kind to showcase Egyptian civilization from prehistoric to modern times.

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The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) (opening soon)

The highly anticipated opening of GEM will unveil an archaeological and architectural masterpiece overlooking the Giza Plateau, including the Pyramids.

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The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) (opening soon)

The highly anticipated opening of GEM will unveil an archaeological and architectural masterpiece overlooking the Giza Plateau, including the Pyramids.

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Das Große Ägyptische Museum (GEM)

Die mit Spannung erwartete Eröffnung von GEM wird ein archäologisches und architektonisches Meisterwerk mit Blick auf den Pyramidenkomplex in Gizeh enthüllen.

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Das Große Ägyptische Museum (GEM)

Die mit Spannung erwartete Eröffnung von GEM wird ein archäologisches und architektonisches Meisterwerk mit Blick auf den Pyramidenkomplex in Gizeh enthüllen.

Alexandria :

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The Alexandria National Museum

The Alexandria National Museum exhibits more than 1,800 artifacts from early Dynastic Egypt to the Graeco-Roman periods, as well as the Coptic and Islamic eras, including rare salvaged underwater artifacts.

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The Alexandria National Museum

The Alexandria National Museum exhibits more than 1,800 artifacts from early Dynastic Egypt to the Graeco-Roman periods, as well as the Coptic and Islamic eras, including rare salvaged underwater artifacts.

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Das Nationalmuseum Alexandria

Das Nationalmuseum von Alexandria zeigt mehr als 1.800 Artefakte aus der Prähistorie bis zur Römerzeit, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf der griechisch-römischen Zeit sowie der koptischen und islamischen Zeit liegt, darunter seltene geborgene Unterwasserartefakte.

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Das Nationalmuseum Alexandria

Das Nationalmuseum von Alexandria zeigt mehr als 1.800 Artefakte aus der Prähistorie bis zur Römerzeit, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf der griechisch-römischen Zeit sowie der koptischen und islamischen Zeit liegt, darunter seltene geborgene Unterwasserartefakte.

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The Royal Jewelry Museum

Displaying the collectibles of the former Egyptian Royal Family, the Royal Jewelry Museum houses precious jewelry, paintings, mosaics, and valuable items from the Muhammad Ali dynasty that ruled Egypt from 1805 until 1952.

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The Royal Jewelry Museum

Displaying the collectibles of the former Egyptian Royal Family, the Royal Jewelry Museum houses precious jewelry, paintings, mosaics, and valuable items from the Muhammad Ali dynasty that ruled Egypt from 1805 until 1952.

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The Graeco-Roman Museum (Opening soon)

The Graeco-Roman Museum was originally opened in 1892 during the reign of Khedive Abbas Helmi II to preserve artifacts found in Alexandria.

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The Graeco-Roman Museum (Opening soon)

The Graeco-Roman Museum was originally opened in 1892 during the reign of Khedive Abbas Helmi II to preserve artifacts found in Alexandria.

Red Sea:

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The Sharm al-Sheikh Museum

The Sharm al-Sheikh Museum is South Sinai’s first antiquities museum, containing around 5,200 artifacts documenting the rise of Egyptian civilization.

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The Sharm al-Sheikh Museum

The Sharm al-Sheikh Museum is South Sinai’s first antiquities museum, containing around 5,200 artifacts documenting the rise of Egyptian civilization.

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The Hurghada Museum

The Hurghada Museum is the first antiquities museum in the Red Sea Governorate and the first museum to be built in cooperation with the private sector.

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The Hurghada Museum

The Hurghada Museum is the first antiquities museum in the Red Sea Governorate and the first museum to be built in cooperation with the private sector.

Middle & Upper Egypt:

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The Aswan Museum

The Aswan Museum was originally the villa of Sir William Willcocks, architect of the old Aswan Dam.

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The Aswan Museum

The Aswan Museum was originally the villa of Sir William Willcocks, architect of the old Aswan Dam.

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The Nubian Museum

Awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2001, the Nubian Museum in Aswan was built as part of the UNESCO International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia, and it pays tribute to the culture and history of Nubia that date back to prehistory.

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The Nubian Museum

Awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2001, the Nubian Museum in Aswan was built as part of the UNESCO International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia, and it pays tribute to the culture and history of Nubia that date back to prehistory.

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The Luxor Museum

The Luxor Museum, which overlooks the East Bank of the Nile River, showcases Luxor’s rare artifacts, including statues of pharaohs and deities and artifacts from various historical eras.

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The Luxor Museum

The Luxor Museum, which overlooks the East Bank of the Nile River, showcases Luxor’s rare artifacts, including statues of pharaohs and deities and artifacts from various historical eras.

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The Mummification Museum

The Mummification Museum in Luxor is considered to be one of Egypt’s most unique museums.

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The Mummification Museum

The Mummification Museum in Luxor is considered to be one of Egypt’s most unique museums.

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The New Valley Museum

Located in Al-Kharga, the New Valley’s capital, this museum houses a notable collection of artifacts discovered in the New Valley region, which tell the fascinating history of ancient Egyptian civilization from the predynastic to modern times.

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The New Valley Museum

Located in Al-Kharga, the New Valley’s capital, this museum houses a notable collection of artifacts discovered in the New Valley region, which tell the fascinating history of ancient Egyptian civilization from the predynastic to modern times.

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The Suhag National Museum

The Suhag National Museum houses a collection of around 7,000 artifacts. It showcases the history of the pharaohs that came from Suhag and the religious traditions and rituals that took place at the time.

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The Suhag National Museum

The Suhag National Museum houses a collection of around 7,000 artifacts. It showcases the history of the pharaohs that came from Suhag and the religious traditions and rituals that took place at the time.

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The Mallawi Museum

Intended to preserve the ancient history of Hermopolis and Tuna al-Gabal, the Mallawi Museum is home to an awe-inspiring collection of antiquities dating back to ancient Egypt, particularly the Amarna, as well as some Graeco-Roman periods.

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The Mallawi Museum

Intended to preserve the ancient history of Hermopolis and Tuna al-Gabal, the Mallawi Museum is home to an awe-inspiring collection of antiquities dating back to ancient Egypt, particularly the Amarna, as well as some Graeco-Roman periods.

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Al-Atony Museum (opening soon)

Set to be the third-largest museum in Egypt, Al-Atony Museum’s vast pyramid-like structure will house 16 exhibitions that delve into the history of Al-Minya governorate.

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Al-Atony Museum (opening soon)

Set to be the third-largest museum in Egypt, Al-Atony Museum’s vast pyramid-like structure will house 16 exhibitions that delve into the history of Al-Minya governorate.

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The Beni Suef Museum

The Beni Suef Museum houses fascinating artifacts from the Prehistoric, ancient Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Coptic, and Islamic eras.

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The Beni Suef Museum

The Beni Suef Museum houses fascinating artifacts from the Prehistoric, ancient Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Coptic, and Islamic eras.

Other:

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The Rashid National Museum

Built in true Islamic art fashion that represents the captivating history of Rashid during the Ottoman era, the Rashid National Museum was originally one of the city’s most important and famous houses.

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The Rashid National Museum

Built in true Islamic art fashion that represents the captivating history of Rashid during the Ottoman era, the Rashid National Museum was originally one of the city’s most important and famous houses.

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The Archaeological Museum of Matruh

The Archaeological Museum of Matruh highlights the city’s rich history and prime location through a vast collection of artifacts displayed in its two-story building.

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The Archaeological Museum of Matruh

The Archaeological Museum of Matruh highlights the city’s rich history and prime location through a vast collection of artifacts displayed in its two-story building.

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The Rommel Cave Museum in Marsa Matruh

Located on a peninsula in Marsa Matruh, the Rommel Cave Museum was originally used by the German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel for operations during WWII. The cave was turned into a museum and was opened to the public in 1988.

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The Rommel Cave Museum in Marsa Matruh

Located on a peninsula in Marsa Matruh, the Rommel Cave Museum was originally used by the German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel for operations during WWII. The cave was turned into a museum and was opened to the public in 1988.

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The Ismailia Museum

The Ismailia Museum is one of the oldest museums in Egypt, and its design is inspired by the architecture of ancient Egyptian temples.

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The Ismailia Museum

The Ismailia Museum is one of the oldest museums in Egypt, and its design is inspired by the architecture of ancient Egyptian temples.

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The Suez National Museum

The award-winning Suez National Museum is home to 2,500 artifacts that showcase Egypt’s history from prehistoric to modern times, with a focus on maritime navigation.

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The Suez National Museum

The award-winning Suez National Museum is home to 2,500 artifacts that showcase Egypt’s history from prehistoric to modern times, with a focus on maritime navigation.

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The Kom Aushim Museum

The Kom Aushim Museum offers a window into Fayoum’s rich history and traditions.

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The Kom Aushim Museum

The Kom Aushim Museum offers a window into Fayoum’s rich history and traditions.

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The Tanta Museum

The Tanta Museum is one of the oldest museums in the country and the only museum in Al-Gharbiyya governorate.

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The Tanta Museum

The Tanta Museum is one of the oldest museums in the country and the only museum in Al-Gharbiyya governorate.

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The Kafr al-Sheikh Museum

Boasting a sprawling modern design, the newly inaugurated Kafr al-Sheikh Museum takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Kafr al-Sheikh’s history, including the historical role of Egypt’s ancient capitals.

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The Kafr al-Sheikh Museum

Boasting a sprawling modern design, the newly inaugurated Kafr al-Sheikh Museum takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Kafr al-Sheikh’s history, including the historical role of Egypt’s ancient capitals.

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