Nefertiti can no longer be photographed

Nefertiti can no longer be photographed

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The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation announced today that the Nefertiti bust, which is exhibited at the Neues Museum in Berlin, will no longer be able to be photographed by visitors even without flash, to avoid the degradation of its pigments. .

Until now, all museum visitors could photograph the bust without a flash, but they have decided take this precaution Because many people captured images by breaking this simple rule.

In the statement, they added that the ban is only for the bust of Nefertiti, since it will be possible to continue taking photos of all the other pieces of the museum, following the same rule of doing it without flash.

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