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Construction began Monday of the Grand Egyptian Museum in the suburbs of Giza, with completion scheduled for August 2015.

The museum, which will display about 100,000 items — including King Tutankhamen’s golden mask, will cost ¥63 billion to build, with Japan providing about ¥35 billion in loans.

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