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Egyptian Ambassador to Norway Gathers Ancient Egyptian Artifacts for an Exhibition in Oslo

The ancient Egyptian artifacts and paintings are collected from some of the most prominent museums from all over the world.

oslo exhibition

Norway’s Egyptian Ambassador Mahy Abdel-Latif has put together an exhibition showcasing artifacts and paintings from all over the world in Oslo, Norway.

The exhibition – titled Images of Egypt – is running for three months in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, where Abdel-Latif has gathered artifacts from prominent museums from cities like Paris, London, and New York.

The exhibition also includes two original copies of Description de l’Egypte – a book that surfaced in 1829 covering the observations and researches made by the French Army about Ancient and modern Egypt.

The inauguration of the exhibition saw over 300 attendees.

Main image from University of Oslo.