Exhibition “Mummies Of The World” In Philadelphia

At the Franklin Institute, located in Philadelphia, visitors are invited to an unusual exhibition called Mummies of the World. In this exhibition, each exhibit is unique, because here you can see a dog, the remains of which rested in the peat bogs of Germany for about five hundred years, and an embalmed child who lived 6420 years ago in Peru. The exhibition features forty-five mummies and ninety-five items related to mummification and embalming. The Mummies of the World exhibition was prepared with the participation of experts from fifteen European institutions under the auspices of the German Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim (Reiss-Engelhorn Museum). The exhibition traveled to many major cities in the United States.

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