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Everything You Need to Know About Luxor

What was once a small village in Qena province in Upper Egypt is now a great independent and prosperous city of approx. 300,000 inhabitants. The Read More
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Welcome to Western Bank of Luxor

In Luxor, the Egyptian government does not permit the construction of bridges over the Nile in order to allow the passage to the most valuable Read More
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Tomb of Nakht

Nakht was an official, scribe and astronomer in the temple of Amon-Ra during the reigns of Tutmes IV and Amen-Hotep III. The tomb was discovered Read More
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Tomb of Kha-Em-Het

The tomb of Khe-em-het or Khaenhet is one of the tombs discovered in 1842 in that archaeological site of nobles’ necropolis in Khokha in the Read More
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Tomb of Benia

Benja, also called Pa-heq-amen, was a Boarder in the Royal Nursery and an Overseer of Work and Craftsmen of the Pharaoh, and Chief Treasurer, during Read More
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Tomb of Thutmosis III (KV 34)

Some scholars named Tuthmosis III “Napoleon of the East”, but we think that Napoleon is the one who have to be named by the name 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 Horemheb (KV 57)

Before coming to the throne himself, Horemheb had served in the court of King Amenhotep IV, then he had continued in his post under the Read More
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Tomb of Tawsert and Sethnakht

Queen Tawosret (Tawsert) was the Chief Wife of Seti II (of the Nineteenth Dynasty) and her tomb KV14 is located next to that of her Read More
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Tomb of Tyti (Titi)

Tomb QV 52 is located on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes) in the Valley of the Queens. Egyptologists believe that Queen Tyti (Titi) 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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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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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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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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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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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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