Zahi Hawass opens museum of archeological models of King Tutankhamun in Brazil

brasil Mon, Sep. 9, 2019
Egyptian archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass inaugurated the Museum of Archeological Models of King Tutankhamun, which was held in the city of Curitiba, Brazil.The city was attended by the city's mayor and Egyptian commercial advisor Mohamed Khatib, in addition to many cultural and political men in the city, along with thousands of citizens.

The museum includes archaeological models purchased from the workshops of the Ministry of Antiquities and reflect the story of the golden pharaoh Tutankhamun, where Dr. Zahi Hawass supervised the establishment of this museum in cooperation with the Italian photographer Sandroa Fanini.

There are models of the military wheel and throne chair in addition to the cabin and canopic pots and there is a full room inside the cemetery and sarcophagus and a model of the mummy in addition to the presence of many photographs and films shown in the museum showing the history of the relics displayed.

Dr. Zahi Hawass announced that this museum will help the return of Brazilian tourism to Egypt; he pointed out that Egypt is safe.

The mayor of the city announced that King Akhenaten was named after the most important square in the city of Curitiba, explaining that the new museum was set up by the Rosecrucian Society, which follows the steps of King Akhenaten and King Tuthmosis the Third.Also, they also set up a road for rams and a huge obelisk