Just how large and impressive is the London’s iconic British Museum ? This is the third in a series and we’ve still only scratched the proverbial surface. That’s how large and impressive it is. London’s cultural gem has bragging rights to some of the world’s greatest archeological exhibits in a space so massive it takes a couple of days to explore and appreciate it–at it only takes up one floor of the building.
The reliefs discovered have been assembled and recreated (in order) in one of the Museum’s longest wings :
The great pharaoh Ramesses II guards over the Museum’s Egyptian Sculpture Gallery (Room 4) :
The Great Pharaoh :
Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III, found in the Temple of Mut :