Today we will talk about the museum of the youngest king who ruled Egypt, the King "Tutankhamun" Museum, located near Naama Bay in Sharm El-Sheikh Governorate.
It includes 135 pieces of the most important pieces found in the tomb of King "Tutankhamun", which are accurately copied to resemble those in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo Governorate. Among these pieces, the golden mask, a piece in the form of a deer with one horn, and some boxes made of ebony, which contained clothes for King Tut during the resurrection.
It is reported that the tomb of King "Tutankhamun" was discovered by chance in 1922 AD, by the English scientist "Howard Carter". And when it was discovered, it was complete, with nothing missing from its contents.