Egyptian Museums - Ismailia Last updated on
Sunday 18th April 2010
This small but fascinating museum contains more than 4,000 Pharaonic and Greco-Roman relics.
Mohammed Ali Quay
Hours: Daily 9.00am-4.00pm
Admission: fees apply; there are special fees for students.
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