One traveler told the story of the tomb of Tutankhamen and provided a photo-report on its tour.
Tomb Tutanhomona, after more than three thousand years come down to us almost intact, is considered one of the most important discoveries in archeology. Since 1922, when Howard Carter discovered the burial in the "Valley of the Kings" near Thebes, a little-known Tutanhomona he became perhaps the most famous pharaoh in history. Inside the tombs of British Carter and Lord Carnarvon found numerous decorations, household items, furniture, works of art of that era, as well as the golden sarcophagus weighing more than 110 kilograms from the mummified body of the young king of ancient Egypt. From March 9 to September 1, 2013 the sarcophagus Tutanhomona and treasures from the tomb can be seen in a unique exhibition in Berlin. Interesting? Then let's go inside.
The exhibition "Tutankhamun. His Tomb and Treasures "(it. Tutanchamun Sein Grab und die Schätze, the official website: www.tut-ausstellung.com
) located in the space of 4000 square meters in the Arena Berlin (Eichenstraße 4 12435 Berlin). Here last year held an international convention tattooists.
At the entrance are given audio guides (available languages: German, English, French and Spanish), which accompany visitors while on the show. Material informative, very many different subtleties and details, all listening with great interest.
Yet going inside the main exhibition area, we plunged into the atmosphere of ancient Egypt.
Rosetta Stone - stove, found at the end of the XVIII century in Egypt near the town of Rosetta. It knocked identical within the meaning of the text in three languages: two ancient Egyptian and Greek. It was he who served as a starting point for deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphics.