Cairo's Egyptian Museum houses some of the world's greatest ancient treasures, but last month's unrest prompted fears over the fate of its historical artifacts.
King Tutankhamun's golden mask, a collection of exquisite jewelry from his tomb, and two magnificent golden coffins are among the star attractions.
Zahi Hawass was Egypt's minister of antiquities before and during the revolution, but this week he announced on his website that he was resigning from the post.
In a statement on his website Hawass said that while the Egyptian Museum had been well protected during the recent revolution, heritage sites elsewhere in the country were now being attacked by criminals and thieves.
After an inspection tour with the museum's team of curators, he insists that damage caused to the museum by looters was minimal.
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