Ancient Egyptian artifacts to be exhibited in Prague national museum

Ancient Egyptian artifacts to be exhibited in Prague national museum
A photo taken on February 21, 2012, shows the Saint Wenceslas statue in front of the Czech National Museum at Wenceslas Square, one of the famous square of the capital Prague. (File/AFP)
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Updated 16 August 2020

Ancient Egyptian artifacts to be exhibited in Prague national museum

Ancient Egyptian artifacts to be exhibited in Prague national museum
  • The exhibition will kick off at the end of August
  • The statue of King Raneferef is said to be one of the most valuable items loaned from the Egyptian museum in Cairo

DUBAI: Dozens of ancient Egyptian artifacts will be displayed in the National Museum of Czech Republic’s Prague, as the city prepares for the “Kings of the Sun” exhibition, local daily Ahram Online reported.
The exhibition will kick off at the end of August and items will be displayed until February 2021, the report added.
The statue of King Raneferef is said to be one of the most valuable items loaned from the Egyptian museum in Cairo, which was made around the year of 2,460 BC.