Come to Zurich’s Museum Rietberg and explore the mystical story of Osiris, the Egyptian God of rebirth. The exhibition features 300 statues, sarcophagi and ritual objects recovered from the Mediterranean Sea. It captures an astonishing piece of history. The Museum Rietberg, in the city of Zurich, was founded in 1949 and the former Villa Wesendonck became the new home of a collection donated by Baron Eduard von der Heydt. A large underground extension increased the exhibition space by 125 per cent in 2007. Today, Rietberg hosts over 15,000 artworks and is one of Switzerland’s top ten museums with 90,000 visitors per year.