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Qena travel guide

xTravel information about Qena Governorate

Qena is a governorate in Upper Egypt bordered with Aswan Governorate from the south, Red Sea from the east, the New Valley from the west Read More
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xThe temple of Montu at Medamud

Dating back to the Middle Kingdom, the Temple of Montu was dedicated to god Montu. In the Eighteenth Dynasty, some additions were annexed to the Read More
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xCemetery 6 in Nekhen

  Testimonies are available of a tomb (now lost) called ‘Tomb 100’. It was a Pre-Dynastic tomb of great significance. That is because on its Read More
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xCemetery 43

In Cemetery 43, 150 burials were found. Scholars hold the view that they belonged to the working class inhabitants of Nekhen, since less objects were Read More
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xTemple of Khnum in Esna

The major part of the original Temple of Khnum (Khnom) lies now beneath Esna’s houses and a big part of its blocks where used as Read More
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xExplore Esna Barrages

  In Esna, Nile cruises and cargo ships have to cross two barrages. The old one, built by the British in 1906, is now obsolete, Read More
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xTomb of Setau

Setau was the High Priest of Nekheb during the reign of Ramses III in the Twentieth Dynasty. Four steps lead down into the Tomb of Read More
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xTomb of Renni

Renni held the position of Nomarch of El Kab and Overseer of the Priests of Nekhbet during the reign of Amenhotep I, at the beginning Read More
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xTomb of Paheri

Paheri was the Mayor of Nekheb and tutor of Prince Wadjmose, during the reign of Thutmosis III. From the scenes in the Tomb of Ahmose, Read More
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xTomb of Ahmose, Son of Abana

  Ahmose, son of Abana, was an officer and Captain of Sailors in the Egyptian army during the end of the Seventeenth Dynasty (the Second Read More
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xTomb of Ahmose Pennekhbet

Ahmose Pennekhbet came from the city of Nekhbet and was buried there. Among his titles were the Overseer of the Seal of the Pharaoh, Hereditary Read More
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xNecropolis of El Kab

In the archeological site of El Kab, there are various tombs dating back to the Middle and the New Kingdoms. These tombs provide us with Read More
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xThe Temples of Thoth and Nekhbet at El-Kab

The Temples of Thoth and Nekhbet at el-Kab are two small structures dedicated to Nekbet (the Vulture goddess of Upper Egypt) and Thoth (the god Read More
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xTemple of Amenhotep III in El Kab

  To the east of the Vulture Rock in Wadi Hillal stands a small-structured temple built in the reign of Amenhotep III (of the 18th Read More
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xThe Vulture Rock

Further along the valley road, one can behold the Vulture Rock. It is so named because its shape –seen at a certain angle– resembles the Read More
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xThe Bucheum

The Bucheum is the burial place of Buchis Bulls, identified with Montu and worshipped in Hermonthis (Armant). It lies on the desert edge, north of Read More
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xQena Travel Guide

Qena City is the capital of Qena Governorate and one of the major cities in Upper Egypt. It is located on the western bank of Read More
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