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Now Open: Ramesses Exhibition In Budapest

17.01.2011
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Now Open: Ramesses Exhibition In Budapest
"Since Napoleonic Wars, ancient Egypt has been a centre of interest of the whole world. Millions of tourists visit Giza, Luxor and the Valley of the Kings every year to see the country’s historical monuments known as “the Nile’s gift”. The purpose of this exhibition in Hungary is to guide the visitor as a member of an exploration group to the feet of pyramids, and to provide an insight into the excavation works in progress.

The legend says that 3,000 years ago Ramesses II ordered a town to be built. Construction works could not be completed due to an enormous sandstorm. It was this semi-finished town that we excavated in 2010. Looking through the exhibition, we can find very important information on the gods, the architecture and the everyday life of the ancient Egypt.

Each member of the group will receive a head lamp at the box office to start their journey of exploration.

Information is presented with the help of Bluetooth technology. Behind every statue, you can find a Bluetooth transmitter: visitors standing less than 2 metres of it can read a description of 1,000-1,100 characters and see images of the given work of art and the era itself. In this way, today’s people can meet the past, and this is how we can create a link between ages."




Venue: WAX Kultúrgyár, Budapest, 4th District, József Attila utca 4-6.

By underground: Metro line 3, five minutes of walk from Újpest-Városkapu station.

By car: On Váci Road, turn right in the first street after you crossed Árpád Road. FREE parking for an unlimited period of time both for cars and buses.

Opening hours

Our exhibition is open every day of the week from 10.00 a.m until 8.00 p.m. End of selling tickets: 30 minutes before closing of the ticket box.

The exhibition is open until February 28, 2011."

Source: ramszeszazasatas.hu





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