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Housing some of the finest collections of Coptic art dating back to Egypt’s Christian era, this museum includes collections of ancient ankhs and Horus-like falcons, stone carvings from the era of the Mamluks, a 6th-century Coptic stone pulpit and...more
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No 4 Fakhry Abd el Nour street | Abbassia, Cairo 11511, Egypt
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The museum displays many interesting pieces that go back to the greco-roman era and coptic egypt (reaching to seventh century), it is worth a visit as it continues the story of ancient Egypt, the main issue is the dim lighting inside.