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places to visit in aswan

x Amada Temple

  Amada Temple is located about 180 kilometers south of Aswan and it is also one of the rescued temples from the waters of the Read More
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x Hotel & Palace Old Cataract in Aswan

  Perhaps one of the most enduring images of Egypt is the Nile flowing by the veranda of the Old Cataract Hotel. The palace was Read More
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x Aswan Market

  Aswan Market is located near the Nile river valley and offering you a unique pleasure to shop in Aswan. It is a heaven for Read More
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x Wadi El Sebou Temple

  Wadi El Sebou Temple was built by Setau, Viceroy of Kush (Nubia) in honor of Ramses II. The name Wadi el-Seboua means the Valley Read More
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x The Great Temple of Ramses II

The Great Temple of Ramses II is one of the most fantastic places in the world which is classified as a world heritage by the Read More
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x Nefertari Temple At Abu Simbel

Queen Nefertari was Ramses II`s favorite wife and consort. Some scholars believe that she was Nubian, and, may be, that is why Ramses II dedicated Read More
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x Dekkah Temple

  The Dekkah Temple is located about 100 kilometers south of Aswan High Dam in the Historical Nubia. It was moved to the site of Read More
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x Temple of Sobek and Haroris at Kom Ombo

The Temple of Sobek and Haroris (or the Temple of Kom Ombo), now almost destroyed, lies on a small hill with wonderful views over the Read More
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