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Soft opening of Grand Egyptian Museum’s Grand Staircase

The Grand Staircase, now available to the public, is a vertical gallery
and key pathway in the museum.

The whole space is approximately 6500 m2. With large statues and objects related to kingship, displayed in related themes, including Royal Image, Kings and Gods, Divine Houses, and Journey to Eternity.

Among the most distinguished artifacts exhibited on the stairs are the red granite colossus of King Seti I, Queen Hatshepsut, Roman Emperor Caracalla, as well as a series of pillars and columns, naos, niches and tops of obelisks dedicated to several ancient Egyptian royalties.