The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin is one of the most important collections of real ancient art, and offers the largest collection in the world of culture of ancient Egypt. Among the most famous pieces include the bust of more than 3,000 years old of Queen Nefertiti and the portrait of Queen Tiy.
Also exhibited statues, reliefs and small objects of art from different periods of ancient Egypt, testimony to the contemporary history of four millennia. Visitors can contemplate several areas, cultural areas, the death cult of the gods, and the reign of daily life in Egypt. Among other things, due to the fact that camera graveyards of the victims are the mirror of their lifes, which enable us to admire a lot of reliefs and architecture of the tomb of the ancient empire in a new light. On the other hand, offered examples of wisdom in ancient Egypt. The collection of papyri from the Egyptian Museum in Berlin is probably the oldest and largest of its kind in Germany and one of the largest in the world. Includes over 10,000 objects from Egypt and the writing of the ancient world. The museum has its own character, and also the exhibition itself allows visitors easy orientation. It is divided into three levels on two floors and it is definitely a cultural trip like no other.