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10/10/2020 – 28/03/2021

Egypt of Glory

Kumu Art Museum
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€10
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    €20
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    €7
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    €40
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    €6
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    €4
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    €24
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    €45
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    €30
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    €16
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Khonsuirdise sarkofaag. Detail. Hilis-Egiptuse ajastu, XXV dünastia, 746‒655 eKr. © Museo Egizio
Khonsuirdise sarkofaag. Detail. Hilis-Egiptuse ajastu, XXV dünastia, 746‒655 eKr. © Museo Egizio
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10/10/2020 – 28/03/2021

Egypt of Glory

Kumu Art Museum
Adult – Kumu Art Museum
€10
  • Family ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €20
  • Concessions – Kumu Art Museum
    €7
  • Combined family ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €40
  • Adult – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €6
  • Concessions – Contemporary Art Exhibition at Kumu
    €4
  • Combined family ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €24
  • Kumu annual pass
    €45
  • Combined ticket: all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €30
  • Combined ticket: the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg
    €16
  • Gift ticket Kumu Art Museum
    €10
  • Support virtual projects of the Art Museum of Estonia
    €5
  • Sponsor ticket Art Museum of Estonia
    €12
Exhibition

Location: 2nd floor, Great Hall 

This is the first exhibition of ancient Egyptian art in Estonia. The display includes archaeological findings that are thousands of years old and that belong to one of the most voluminous ancient Egyptian art collections in the world: the Museo Egizio in Italy. The extremely varied display, consisting of 200 original items, offers the viewer insight into the country of pharaohs and the daily life of Egyptians, in which art was the connecting link between earthly existence and the afterlife. Ancient Egyptian treasures will simultaneously be displayed at the Amos Rex art museum in Helsinki. Egypt of Glory is a grand parallel exhibition with independent yet complementary subdivisions in Tallinn and Helsinki.

The exhibition takes place in cooperation with the Museo Egizio.

Coordinator: Inga Jaagus