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The Egypt-Israeli Museum was a museum located in the city of Alexandria on the planet Earth, created to record the history of the states of Egypt and Israel.

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In the year 2273, Admiral James T. Kirk visited the museum as part of his vacation leave tour of Africa's old cities. His guide here was a Libyan scholar. (TOS novelization: The Motion Picture)

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The novelization mentioning this institution was written in 1979, about six years following a war between Egypt and Israel and during the actual finalization of the peace process in that same year.

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