Georges Labit Museum

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Georges Labit Museum

The Georges Labit Museum (French: Musée Georges Labit) (founded in 1893) is an archaeological museum located in Toulouse, France. It is dedicated to artifacts from the Far-Eastern and Ancient Egyptian civilizations.

The museum was founded by Georges Labit (1862–1899), a passionate amateur who travelled the world in search of ancient art and artifacts. It is housed in a Moorish villa erected by Toulousian architect Jules Calbayrac. The complex also contains an exotic garden, a specialist library, and a screening room.

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Coordinates: 43°35′28″N 1°27′30.5″E / 43.59111°N 1.458472°E / 43.59111; 1.458472