King Tutankhamun currently on display at the Grande Halle La Villette will soon bid farewell to Paris after welcoming 1.42 million of visitors making it the most visited French cultural exhibition.
For the past six months, the 150 objects
found in the tomb of the young pharaoh, which has been displayed has seduced
many Egyptian enthusiasts to La Villette, in northeastern Paris.
After its stopover in Paris, the treasures of the young pharaoh will then take a trip to the British capital, London (Saatchi Gallery), in November, then in other major cities for a tour of ten metropolises before joining the new Great Egyptian Museum in Cairo by 2024.