Tomorrow, 18th January, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 classes will visit the exhibition “Tutankhamon: 100 years of mysteries” at Palazzo Zaguri in Venice. This is the largest and most exclusive European exhibition dedicated to Ancient Egypt and in particular to Tutankhamon.

Together with expert guides, our students will travel through the life of Tutankhamon, discovering unprecedented mysteries and anecdotes about the most famous of the pharaohs. A high profile scientific itinerary, planned by internationally renowed Egyptologist experts, divided between the five floors of Palazzo Zaguri into specific thematic areas: the river of time, life, death, from death to life and the roots of Egypt in distant prehistory.

An incredible exhibition in one of the most beautiful cities in the world….it will be a special day for all our students!