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See Egyptian mummiesin Milan, Italy

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Sforza Castle has the Museum of Egypt, which holds real mummies and sarcophagi, still able to scare even daredevils.
How to see Egyptian mummies in Milan
Sforza Castle is a real abode of museums, all of them can be visited on one ticket, passing from one museum to another.

One of the most interesting museums of the castle is the Museum of Egypt, which gives details of all the difficulties of daily and religious life of ancient Egypt. The crown of the museum's collection are mummies and sarcophagi that inspire awe even the bravest travelers.

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#6Sforza Castle in MilanSforza Castle

This castle is the house of museums, the castle, that had seen in its lifetime and the luxurious life of the aristocracy, and the woes of wars and revolutions.

Open hours: from 7:00 am to 6:00-7:00 pm

How much?

a ticket to the museum costs €5.

Tips and hints

from Wednesday to Sunday, an hour before closing the museum entrance is free.

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