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Address: Mohamed Aly St. El Afrang District, Ismailia, Egypt
Description: This museum offers a vast collection of Graeco-Roman artifacts in addition...
This museum offers a vast collection of Graeco-Roman artifacts in addition to details of the Suez Canal's history.
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Tiny but worth a visit!

I would call it the smallest museum in the world! Saying that, there is so much inside to look at, I was amazed! Information in Arabic and English but covered it all in about 20... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed October 4, 2012
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 4, 2012

I would call it the smallest museum in the world! Saying that, there is so much inside to look at, I was amazed! Information in Arabic and English but covered it all in about 20 minutes!

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed June 8, 2010

The taxi-drivers didnt know where it was. Once there, the staff didnt know where the tickets was. Probably was the first visitor in a very long time. The museum is very small, maybe 100 sqm. Contains only artifacts from faraonic, roman and greece times. Absolutely nothing about Ismailia, the canal or anything. Staff did not speak english. And there where... More 

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