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MetaTut – The first Egyptian city on Metaverse to revive ancient Egypt’s glory

MetaTut is a virtual city in the Metaverse created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of King Tutankhamun's tomb.

In ancient Egyptian mythology, the Metaverse was a divine plane of existence where the gods resided. Today, the Metaverse is a digital universe where users can interact with each other and create their own avatar. And now, there’s a new city on the Metaverse: MetaTut.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, MetaTut is reviving ancient Egypt’s culture in the digital age. The first Egyptian city on the Metaverse, is now live starting Wednesday 30th of November.

MetaTut: Linking Past, Present and Future:

The project aims to revive ancient Egypt’s glory by building a 3D-city that contains elements of Ancient Egypt and merging them with modern technology.

The virtual city – MetaTut – is created to celebrate Egyptian culture and heritage. In addition to being a virtual tourist destination, MetaTut is a place where people can come to experience Egyptian culture, meet other people from around the world, and do business.

MetaTut project is envisioned by TUTERA creative hub which seeks to restore the glory of Egypt as well as drawing international attention to Egypt, sensing a gap in the market for true luxurious products.

There are many different areas to explore in the city. If you are looking for a place to do business or just want to explore a virtual world, then MetaTut is the place for you. Whether you are living in Cairo or New York City, you can now come home to MetaTut!

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