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Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio)

The Egyptian Museum is devoted solely to Egyptian art, and in fact contains the largest collection of such art outside of the Cairo Museum.  It was founded in 1824 with the acquisition by King Carlo Felice of a collection of 5,268 objects gathered by Bernardino Drovetti.

The museum is a 17th century palace, originally a Jesuit school built by the architect Guarino Guarini.

Winter: 8:30 a.m. -7:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday
(1/1 to 10/6 and 10/9 to 31/12)
Summer: 9:30 a.m. -8:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday
(11/6 to 9/9)

We are closed:

on Monday, January 1st, Christmas day

Special opening days

or opening hours will be communicated through this website

More Info:

Address: Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6
City: Torino
Postcode: 10123
Phone: 011 561 7776
Fax: 011 562 3157
Added: April 8th 2007
Reviewer: skip
Related Link: http://www.museoegizio.org/pages/hp_en.jsp
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Language: english


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