Giant Ramses II Statue Moved to Grand Egyptian Museum | National Geographic

Weighing 83 tons and more than 30 feet high, a colossal statue of Ramses II arrived at its new home at the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza.
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Known as Ramses the Great, the pharoah reigned from 1279 to 1213 B.C. and is widely considered to be the most powerful pharaoh of ancient Egypt. It took about 30 minutes to move the 3,200-year-old statue. Proud government officials and dignitaries welcomed its arrival at the museum.

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Giant Ramses II Statue Moved to Grand Egyptian Museum | National Geographic
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