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For 16 years now, #exhibitioncreators have been responsible for the planning of the largest touring exhibition in the world. Together with the curators of the now 12 exhibitions, we design, plan and build the world's most successful exhibition.

From Auckland to Los Angeles and from Trondheim to Cape Town, we have been involved in over 250 installations for this fascinating exhibition over the past 16 years.

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The exhibition The Terracotta Army & the Legacy of the Eternal Emperor has attracted over a million visitors across Europe since 2002.

Let yourself be inspired by the unique terracotta army and the story of its creator - the first emperor of China - Qin Shi Huang Di. We will take you to a time over 2200 years ago.

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Howard Carter's biography is unique among archaeologists. As a talented draftsman, he first copied the colorful paintings of the tombs of Middle Egypt at the age of 17 on behalf of the Egypt Exploration Fund. Soon after, he began his first excavations under the guidance of his teacher, Flinders Petrie.

I see wonderful things. - Howard Carter, 1922

In 1900, Carter, a talented young archaeologist, rose to become chief inspector of the Egyptian Antiquities Service. But an altercation with rowdy tourists would end his successful career a few years later. In 1909, Howard Carter began his collaboration with Lord Carnarvon.

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Carter finally persuaded the lord to undertake a very special project: the search for the tomb of the forgotten pharaoh Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings.

Starting in 1917, the lord financed the venture for five years - to no avail. During a final excavation season, Carter finally got lucky in November 1922 and presented the astonished world with a sensational find. This triggered a previously unimaginable worldwide press hype and a veritable Tutankhamun fever, which influenced the period of the "Golden Twenties".

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