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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 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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x Discover The necropolis of Dra Abu El Naga

  Dra Abu El Naga is an archeological sites in Luxor on the western bank of the Nile. It encloses a large number of necropolises Read More
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x Tourism in El Biadia

El Biadia is one of the archeological sites on the western bank of the Nile in Luxor. It encloses a remarkable collection of Pharaonic monuments Read More
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x Things to do at Khokha (Nobels Tombs)

  Khokha (Nobels Tombs) is one of the necropolises on the western bank of the Nile southward El Assasif Necropolis in Luxor. It encloses about Read More
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x Luxor City Travel Guide

Luxor is one of the most attractive cities in Egypt, it contains the largest and most unique collection of ancient Egyptian temples. It lies some Read More
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x Traveling to Sheik Abd El Qurna ( Nobels Tombs)

Sheik Abd El Qurna ( Nobels Tombs)is one of the necropolises in the western bank of the Nile in Luxor. It locates to the west Read More
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x Places to visit in The Valley of the Queens

In Arabic, ‘The Valley of the Queens’ means ‘Wadi al-Malikat’ and ‘Ta Set Neferu’ in Ancient Egyptian means ‘The Place of Beauty”. It contains more Read More
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x The Valley of the Kings Travel Information

The Valley of the Kings is the funeral place where tombs of the Theban pharaohs found. These pharaohs reigned Egypt during the 18th to 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 Amenmeses

Pharaoh Amenmeses was the 5th ruler of the Ninth Dynasty who succeeded Merneptah. His Egyptian name was Heqa-waset (which suggests the titles the “Fashioned by Read More
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x Tomb of User-Het (TT51)

This Userhet was the First Prophet of the Royal Ka of Tutmes I during the reigns of Horemheb, Ramses I and Seti I. In this Read More
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x Tomb of Ramose

Ramose was a noblemen, vizier, mayor and judge. He held the title ‘Governor of the Town (Thebes)’ during the reign of Amen-Hoptep II. His father Read More
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x Tomb of Nefer-Sekheru

Nefersekheru was the Scribe of Divine Offerings of All the Gods and Officer of the Treasury at Thebes during the reign of Ramses II. In Read More
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x Tomb of Nefer-Enpet 

Neferrenpet or Kenro, was a Scribe of the Treasury in the temple of Amen-Ra during the reign of Ramses II. The quality of the paintings 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 Tomb of Thutmosis II

Pharaoh Tuthmosis II (Thuthmusis II, Thotmusis II, or Thuthmes II) was the fourth king of the Eighteenth Dynasty (1492-1479 BC). In his fourteen years on Read More
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x Tomb of Thutmosis IV (KV 43)

King Tuthmosis IV was the 8th pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. His father was Amenhotep II and his mother was Queen Mutemuya, the daughter of Read More
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