Tomb of Egypt's queen nefertari

Added On May 24, 2019

 Living in the 13th century B.C., Nefertari is the wife of ancient Egypt's Pharaoh Ramesses II, and one of the best known Egyptian queens. 

Discovered in 1904, Nefertari's tomb once held her mummified body and representative symbolism of her.
Vivid mural paintings depicting Nefertari's life and death are shown on the wall. They are also the best-preserved paintings featuring the ancient Egyptian’s journey towards the afterlife in great detail. 
The tomb of Queen Nefertari was re-opened in 2016 for public visits after years of restoration.