In Cairo, Gail Anderson was a British doctor from the mid-1930s to the early 1940s. He restored two homes, where he lived, and asked him to preserve them as a museum when he left Egypt. He has an amazing antique, art, and a rare collection of books on display at home. The guest rooms are carefully planned to show not only Egypt, Turkey, Syria, Britain and China. I'm really surprised that it's still in good condition today. Interestingly, James Bond's film "Undersea City" was filmed in this house.
This is a private luxury house, magnificent, very luxurious, exquisite sculpture, there are many antiques, works of art and books, let us understand the local art style and customs.
The murals are very beautiful, wonderful and exquisite. There are also many antiques, works of art and books. Let's learn about the local art style and customs.
Museum is actually a private luxury house, very luxurious, lazy and exquisite handicraft, murals are very beautiful, very good.
The Anderson Museum is a Western-style building. Many of the art works in this place are old murals and many colonial objects.
The environment is very good, the environment is very good, the museum is built very much, we westernized, as a whole, good.
Museum with Islam as its theme has a unique appearance and exhibits are treasures of Islamic art.
Apart from the mainstream ancient Egyptian art, the museums here in Cairo witnessed the western art brought by the British colonists. The environment is very good. Museums are still built very little.
The museums here witnessed the western art brought by the British colonists. The environment is very good. Museums built are still very few. The Gail & Anderson Museum recommends visiting them.
In addition to the mainstream ancient Egyptian art, the museum here in Cairo witnessed the Western art brought by British colonists, which is a nerve conditioner for tourists.