31 August - 18 December. An exhibition at the Kunstforum presents the discoveries of an archaeological team from Berlin's Egyptian Museum which, for the last 15 years, has been excavating in Naga, in the Sudan Desert.

Naga was once a royal city during the reigning Meroitic kingdom about 2,000 years ago. The German archaeologists found large reliefs containing an undeciphered script as well as sculptures and statues of gods, kings and lions.

130 of these artefacts are on show and offer new insights into Sudan's historic and cultural heritage.

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Address Daily 10.00-18.00 Stiftung Kunstforum der Berliner Volksbank, Budapester Straße 35, 10787 Berlin, tel. 03030633300.

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Royal City Naga: Excavation in the Sudan Desert

Daily 10.00-18.00 Stiftung Kunstforum der Berliner Volksbank, Budapester Straße 35, 10787 Berlin, tel. 03030633300.

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