The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, a marvelous experience however questionable presentation of artifacts

Caption of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
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The ancient kingdom of Egypt reigned for almost 30 centuries before perishing at the hand of Alexander the Great in 332 B.C and managed to leave quite the mark.  It was a truly marvelous civilization that still astounds and amazes humans to this day. However, have we managed to keep the wonders of ancient Egypt intact or destroyed them? We wanted to find out and thus decided to analyze one of the biggest, if not the biggest museums specializing in Ancient Egyptian artifacts and arts. This is the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

Why do we say this?

Visitors love the “exhibits” as well as the “artifacts” though they’re having issues distinguishing the pieces due to poor labeling and a lack of descriptions. Furthermore, the state of some exhibitions and artifacts have been, according to customers, atrocious as a result of poor maintenance. Some artifacts have been dirty and improperly presented. Viewers are also disappointed with the prohibition of photography and the museum’s poor lighting.

Caption of the Gavagai explorer dashboard for this analysis.
Caption of a sarcophagus.

The Egypt of Cairo is highly graded and customers love the experience. They want to glance at the ancient Egyptian kingdom which is why their gradings are so high. The experience is marvelous whilst the quality and presentation of the products are at times, questionable.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on TridAdvisor.

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