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the interesting historical sites in Luxor

Visiting Deir al Madina

The site of Deir el Madina is situated in a small valley between the western slope of the mountain of Thebes and the small hill Read More
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Tomb of Seti II (KV 15)

King Seti II (or Sethos II), Son of King Merneptah and Queen Isetnofret, was the fifth or the sixth ruler of the Nineteenth Dynasty who Read More
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Tomb of Seti I (KV 17)

King Seti I is the second king of the Nineteenth Dynasty and the son of King Ramses I, father of the great King Ramses II. Read More
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Tomb of Senn-Nefer

TT 96 Senn-Nefer was Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the Garden of Amen, one of the most considerable figures and one of the most important Read More
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Tomb of Rekh-Mi-Ra (TT 100)

Since he had descended from a noble family of viziers, Rekhmire was helped to rise rapidly in the bureaucracy. He was Vizier of Upper Egypt, Read More
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Tomb of Sen-nedjem

Sen-nedjem lived during the 19th dynasty, under the reign of Pharaoh Sethy I and the first years of Ramses II reign. He was probably buried Read More
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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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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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The East-West Axis of Karnak Temples

– The Port of Karnak Temple The Port of Karnak Temple was erected by King Ramses II and is located in front of the temple. Read More
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Karnak Temple  

The Karnak temples are considered to be a history book stating the history of Egypt from the Middle Kingdom to the Ptolemaic Period. During the Read More
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