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The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology is situated in London, England worth visiting for its collections. It is run by the Institute of Archaeology and is part of University College London. The collections include more than 80,000 historical items including some of the leading collections of Egyptian ancient historical items in the world.
This museum also houses a small gift shop, and is split into three galleries. Some of the must see collections are the earliest pieces of linen used from Egypt, in 5000 BC, the earliest example of metals used in Egypt, the first used iron beads, oldest wills on papyrus paper and many more.