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When you visit Cairo Citadel you must not hesitate to visit this interesting museum Police national museum The Police Museum is a huge building with small windows that were once probably used by archers.
There is an Egyptian flag atop the gate, and the gate itself is ancient , decorated with simple old Islamic arabesque. Next to the stairs of the museum; there was a huge statue of a lion. It looked like it was made by a famous Egyptian sculpture such as Mahmoud Mokhtar as a gift to the museum. Once inside the museum, the first corridor contains portraits of Egyptian ministers throughout history. It is not very interesting, other than for observing the changes in their clothing throughout time.
After that, the first hall of the museum consists of weapons used by the Egyptian police throughout time, including the Pharaonic Period. In fact, there were many ancient shields and weapons in the hall, along with modern guns, mostly of British origin due to the British occupation of Egypt. There are also some shields and helmets from the Islamic Period, including one helmet dating to the Islamic year It has Arabic sentences from the Qura'n meant to protect the soldier who wore it.
The next hall is the Ismailia battle hall. It contains displays related to the battle of the Egyptian police against the British occupiers in This was one of the main triggers of the Egyptian revolution in This hall contains some real pictures of the battle and some weapons the Egyptians and the British used.
In the middle of this small hall there is a small scale model of the police station in Ismailia and of the battle that took place. The crimes hall is the most interesting in this museum. At various points in time, money forgery has been a problem in Egypt, and there are displays of printing machines and of counterfeit bills that look very real.