Paris is devoting a new exhibition to Tutankhamun, 50 years after the "exhibition of the century", which brought together more than 1,2 million visitors in 1967 in the capital. On the program, more than 150 exceptional pieces, to be discovered from March 23 at the Grande Halle de la Villette.
"Tutankhamun, the treasure of the Pharaoh, 150 ORIGINAL OBJECTS", this is the name of the exhibition which will settle down at the Grande Halle de la Villette from this weekend. A true invitation to travel and discovery, this exhibition represents a unique opportunity to rediscover the story of the most famous Pharaoh in history, nearly 100 years after the discovery of his tomb.
Indeed, if the reign of this pharaoh was short, the mystery surrounding his name comes from the discovery of his burial by the British archaeologist
Presented by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, this immersive exhibition will reveal more than 150 original piecesIncluding 60 items leaving Egypt for the first (and last!) time: coffins and sarcophagi adorned with precious stones such as lapis lazuli, vases adorned with hieroglyphics or even some of the toys and souvenirs of the child pharaoh that accompanied him during his burial …
Un event not to be missed for all lovers of history and culture.
Tutankhamun exhibition, the Pharaoh's treasure at La Grande Halle de la Villette in Paris, from March 23 to September 15, 2019. Every day from 10 a.m. to 20 p.m.