Tutankamun comes to Dublin!

By Dublin Expert: Rob, Ireland, March 2011

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Ever imagined or wondered what it was like for Howard Carter who discovered the tomb and the glorious treasures of King Tut of Egypt in 1922? Imagine being able to relive that realistically like never before, as if you are actually there, as if you traveled back in time, and materialises in his tomb in the Nile Valley? Well, you better stop dreaming and let reality hit the fan button! Because King Tut is coming to Dublin, Ireland!

From February 17, a short stretch of rare appearances will follow in the capital of Ireland, in a never before seen historical exhibition, in which you can wear the emblem of mystery on your sleeve and heart. For this is a new type of historical exhibition; nothing impersonal, in seeing artefacts encased in glass for safety away from the glassy eyes of living mortals; but instead replicas of over 1,000 objects, which makes one feel that one is up close and personal to these treasures and items - as if touching history and standing in its slipstream!

Hardly can there be a better way to feel the pulse of Egypt's most famous Pharaoh, to see the shimmering shine of his death mask, so shimmering it reflects in the deep recess of the eye, to walk around the exhibition hall, as if retracing the steps of Carter on that fateful day. Hardly, can there be a more dynamic way to embrace and encounter the wonder of the Valley of the Kings and relive King Tut's wondrous days.

This exhibition is a reconstruction that defies your wildest dreams, for each object has been exquisitely carved and produced by craftsmen of the highest standard - so much so, one would think the Master Builders had come back to produce them! The scope of the replicas and the quality of craftsmanship of the objects is spellbinding; herein, you are fast trekking the track of the Kings!

What better reason to come to Ireland, particularly it's capital Dublin, than for this groundbreaking exhibition. Mingle with King Tut like never before, go into the caverns and corridor's of his tomb and gallery. Feel King Tut alive and well in Dublin of the welcomes! For Ireland of the welcomes and its capital Dublin, says Cead Mile Failte to King Tut! Why not come and join in the thrill of that welcome?!

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