In her life, she was heralded as the most beautiful woman in the world. Queen Nefertari was the first wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II. When she died, Nefertari was buried in the most beautifully ornate tomb in the whole of ancient Egypt. 3,000 years later, the tomb was rediscovered by archaeologists, who were stunned by the interior paintings. Sadly, the tomb is now closed to the general public, but French photographer, Patrick Landmann, was offered a very rare opportunity to capture the tomb on film.