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traveling to luxor

x 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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x 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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x 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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x 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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x 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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x The Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62)

Pharaoh Tutankhamun was probably the son of the heretic pharaoh Amenhotep IV (better known in the history as Akhenaton, founder of one of the first Read More
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x 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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x The Tomb of the Sons of Ramses II (KV 5)

The Tomb of the sons of Ramses II is identified as Tomb KV5. Excavations in this tomb started first in 1825 (by James Burton), and Read More
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x The Tomb of Tausret and Setnakht (KV 14)

  It has been open since antiquity, it was used originally by Tausret and then reused and extended by Setnakht. It was excavated by Hartwig Read More
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x The Tomb of Siptah (KV 47)

Pharaoh Siptah (Mer-en-ptah), who’s name means “Son of Ptah, Beloved of Ptah”, was the son of King Seti II. He ruled the country with his Read More
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x 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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x Tomb of Ramesses VII

The small Tomb of Ramesses VII (KV 1) is located in the Valley of the Kings, in the Western Bank of Luxor (ancient Thebes), a Read More
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x Tomb of Ramses VI (KV 9)

King Ramses VI was the fifth king of the Twentieth Dynasty (1156-1145 BC). He came to the throne after the death of his predecessor, Ramses Read More
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x Tomb of Ramses IX (KV 6)

Pharaoh Ramses IX was the eighth ruler of the Twentieth Dynasty in the New Kingdom Period of Ancient Egypt. He re-established stability in the country Read More
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x Tomb of Ramses IV (KV 2)

King Ramses IV is the third pharaoh of the Twentieth Dynasty of the New Kingdom. He was the 5th son of Ramses III and was Read More
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x the tomb of Ramses II

  Unfortunately, the tomb of the great Pharaoh Ramses II is unsuitable for visiting by tourists. It was one of the first tombs to be Read More
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x Tomb of Prince Mentuherkhepeshef (KV 19) 

Prince Mentuherkhepshef was a son of Ramses IX. He was the only prince to be buried like kings in a decorated tomb in the Valley Read More
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x 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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x Tomb of Hatchepsut and Thutmose I

The Tomb of Queen Hatshepsut and Thutmose I (Thutmes or Tuthmosis I) is located in the Valley of the Kings, in the Western Bank of Read More
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x The Tomb of Ay (WV 23)

Ay is Tutankhamen’s successor, who took the throne following the death of the young king, he served at the royal court as a vizier then Read More
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