carlos michael museum

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An excellent place to learn about Egyptian culture. It is peaceful and this allows you to veiw the exhibits and learn. The exhibits haven't changed here in a while and this is understandable because it is a part of Emory. Hopefully this will change.

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An excellent place to learn about Egyptian culture. It is peaceful and this allows you to veiw the exhibits and learn. The exhibits haven't changed here in a while and this is understandable because it is a part of Emory. Hopefully this will change.

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The Carlos Museum at Emory University is a great place to learn about the past. Admission is free and it is well worth your time to check it out. It was the place where Tutencamen's tomb was held till they discovered who it really was. It also has many great pieces from the ancient South Asian dynasties like the Muhgals, Khans, and so forth.

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The Carlos Museum at Emory University is a great place to learn about the past. Admission is free and it is well worth your time to check it out. It was the place where Tutencamen's tomb was held till they discovered who it really was. It also has many great pieces from the ancient South Asian dynasties like the Muhgals, Khans, and so forth.

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This museum is on emory's campus, and it used to hold king tut's Sarcophagus. Nowadays it has different exhibits, but due to the small size, it just doesn't have much space or punch. For a time though, the rareity of the Sarcophagus put the carlos museum on the map. Its not worth a visit out of your way, but if you're emory's campus and want to look around, visit, well then its worth it. Nowadays its mainly greek and roman artifacts

PROS: gorgeous surroundings, professional staff
CONS: limited space for exhibits

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★★★★☆

This museum is on emory's campus, and it used to hold king tut's Sarcophagus. Nowadays it has different exhibits, but due to the small size, it just doesn't have much space or punch. For a time though, the rareity of the Sarcophagus put the carlos museum on the map. Its not worth a visit out of your way, but if you're emory's campus and want to look around, visit, well then its worth it. Nowadays its mainly greek and roman artifacts

PROS: gorgeous surroundings, professional staff
CONS: limited space for exhibits

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