RAW: Sadat’s Museum, the life of peace and war hero

Sadat’s Museum is an exhibition of late Egyptian President Muhammad Anwar Sadat, who ruled Egypt in very sensitive period when part of the Egyptian territories were occupied by Israeli forces.

In 1979, the Egyptian leader persuaded the Israelis to sign a peace agreement supervised by the U.S. government, which led to the withdrawal of the Israelis from Sinai. He was then awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize.
In the museum dedicated to the Egyptian leader, visitors can see his clothes, pipes, and copies of letters and documents of peace agreements, includingthe Camp David agreement.

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