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December 2, 2018

x Temple of Tutmes III

Discovered recently in 1960 by a polish mission, the small Temple of Thutmes III lies behind the temples of Hatshepsut and Mentuhotep (Montu-Hotep). It is Read More
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x Temple of Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra

King Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra is the re-unifier of Egypt after the collapse of the Old Kingdom. He moved the state’s capital to Luxor and built his Read More
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x The Temple of Amen-Hotep III and Memnon Statues

The Colossi of Memnon Statues were a small part of the gigantic complex of the Temple of Amen-Hotep III. Each of the statues was cut Read More
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x The Temple of Seti I

In the Dynastic Period, the temple’s area was called Hefet-her-nebes, a phrase meaning that it lies “in front of its lord”. It was so named Read More
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x Ramesseum, Memorial Temple of Ramses II

King Ramses II called his temple “The Temple of Millions of Years of User-Maat-Ra”, which was one of his titles that means ‘the Power of Read More
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x Temple of Merenptah

Meri-En-Ptah Temple lies just behind the completely-destructed Temple of Amenhotep III. Early in the 1890, it had been partially cleared by Flinders Petrie; and recently, Read More
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x Memorial Temple of Ramses III

The style that Ramses III followed in erecting his Memorial Temple is quite similar to that of Ramses II. In fact, during Ramses III’s life, Read More
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x Medinet Habu Temples

Medinet Habu Temples are of the most beautiful and well-preserved Pharaonic temples in Egypt. They are also of the most historically significant monuments, as they Read More
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x The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (the Deir AL-Bahari)

The site of the Temple of Hatshepsut is a place where colors merge in one of the most graceful views one can ever see over Read More
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x Mortuary Temples in Luxor

The idea of building mortuary temples dates back in time to the Old Kingdom, to the era of the construction of the Pyramids. The first Read More
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x The Temple of Khonsu

Son of Amun and Mut, Khonsu is the moon-god and third member of the Theban Triad. His Temple lies in the southwestern corner of Karnak Read More
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x Temple of Osiris and Opet

In the complex of Karnak, west of the temple of Khnosu, the visitor can see the small temple of god Osiris and goddess Opet built Read More
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x Temple of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten)

The Temple of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) is located to the east of the main complex, outside the walls of the main Karnak Temple. The temple Read More
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x Mut Temple

It is dedicated to the Egyptian goddess Mut, the mother goddess of Khonsu and the wife of Amun. It is one of the four main Read More
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x Winter Palace Hotel

It is located in the city center just minutes from Luxor Temple and the Luxor International airport. Built in 1886 on the banks of the Read More
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x Sphinx Road

In ancient times, the Sphinx Avenue was known as Ipet-isut. The Sphinx Road is a 3 km-long avenue of sphinxes connecting Luxor Temple with the Read More
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x Mummification Museum

Housed in the old visitors’ center of the Corniche in front of the Mina Palace Hotel, the Museum of mummification exposes everything about the mummies Read More
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x Temple of Montu in Karnak

Just outside the enclosure wall of the precinct of Amun and behind the temple of Ptah, lies the precinct of Montu with its ruined temple, Read More
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x Luxor Temple

King Amenhotep III (of the Eighteenth Dynasty) and the son of Tuthmosis IV built the inner part of the Temple of Luxor, close to the Read More
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x Luxor Museum

Luxor Museum is one of the most modern museums of  Egypt Though it is not as huge as the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the tourist Read More
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