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The Luxor Museum

The Luxor Museum is situated on the East Bank of the River Nile in the city of Luxor in an exceptionally alluring area between Karnak Temple in the North and Luxor Temple in the South

The working of the museumis 55 meters in length and 29 meters wide. The exterior of the Luxor exhibition hall was intended to confront the Nile.

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The portrayal of the Luxor Museum

The exhibition hall was opened for open without precedent for 1975. Be that as it may, the Museum at the time was never to be contrasted with the Egyptian ancient pieces gallery in Cairo, yet with time cruising by, the Egyptian incomparable chamber of artifacts began including increasingly things and presentations to the Luxor Museum to expand the quantity of voyagers going by the exhibition hall

The exhibition hall has a greenery enclosure that contains various intriguing presentations joining a major outdoors historical center. There are numerous models from the pharos time, particularly the new kingdom situated in the greenery enclosure of the Luxor Museum
The guest, subsequent to review the showcases in the greenhouse, enters the exhibition hall through a vast glass entryway. The primary lobby of the exhibition hall comprises of two levels with winding hallways connecting the levels together and giving the gallery a dynamic climate not quite the same as other old customary historical centers. These winding passageways permit the guests to move around effortlessly in the exhibition hall without creating any

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At the point when the guest enters the main floor of the Luxor historical center, he can see a superb accumulation of Egyptian model including an astounding statue of the crocodile god, Sobek that was acquired from his sanctuary Kom Ombo. There is likewise the staying of the dividers of the sanctuary of Amenhotep IV that once stood high in the city of Luxor

There are additionally some bright boxes in the main floor of the Luxor Museum. To one side of the main floor, there are some noteworthy statues that were found in the Luxor historical center and were added to the exhibition hall in 1989

The Luxor Museum contains shows that cover a time of more than four thousand years, from ancient period to the Islamic time. The presentations in the Museum are just picked case of the immense accumulation of artifacts that are being kept in stores

The most imperative things in plain view in the Luxor gallery include
 There are the mud block dividers of the Temple of Akhenaton (1347 - 1364 BC)
 The statue of Thutmose III was the 6th Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. The statue is 90 cm long and made out of uncommon rock arrangement. Thutmose is one of the best pharos of the time
 The statue of Amenhotep III that was gotten from Madenet Habu the west bank of Luxor. Amenhotep III was an imperative figure in antiquated Egypt (1365 – 1403 BC) and he was he was raised to the rank of divine beings amid the Ptolemaic time. His statues in the Luxor Museum is striking as it is 130 cm and it was made out of immaculate dark stone
 The statue called "Oshbey", or the "answerer" in the hydrographic dialect. He was the one doing the developing work in the great beyond for the proprietor of the tomb. This statue backpedals to the end of the eighteenth administration and it was made out of shaded wood. The statue is 23 cm long and it is of a man holding a hatchet in his right hand a pack of seeds in his left hand

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 The toon mummy cover that was found in one of the tombs of the west bank of Luxor. The spread is 175 cm long and 42 cm wide. It has a place with the third halfway period, the administrations 21 to 24. It was made out of flax and mortar. These mummy spreads were called cartonage and it was utilized as an external front of the mummy secured with funerary scenes
Some showcases from the gathering of the Tut Ankh Amun tomb in the valley of the rulers in the west bank

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The illustrious mummies of Ahmose I and Ramsis I that were added to the exhibition hall in 2004

- The gallery has a gathering of Coptic relics that incorporate a ceramics white and dark shaded dish that was found in the fifth century AD

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 The gallery show a ton of Islamic things also like the accumulation of little bowls that have a place with the Mamluk time about-facing to the fourteenth century AD