Up to 80 golden pieces of ancient Egypt's famous King Tutankhamun were put on display for the first time at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo on Wednesday.
Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani said the golden items have been stored at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo since the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun in 1922.
The exhibition is part of the ministry's celebrations to mark the 155th anniversary of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
As one of the most ancient civilizations, Egypt has been hard at work to preserve its archaeological heritages.
Tutankhamun, who ascended to the throne at the age of nine and died at 19, is the world's best known pharaoh of ancient Egypt. The young king ruled from 1332 BC to 1323 BC, during a period known as the New Kingdom in Egypt's history.
He won his fame for his tomb, which was discovered by British Egyptologist Howard Carter in 1922 and has remained one of the best preserved.