From the Temple of Ne-user-Re, we knew that the general complex of a Sun Temple consists of the god’s temple, the causeway, and the valley temple. The god’s temple consists of a gateway that leads to a long court that leads to a transverse hall with three entrances: the western one leads to an open court that contains an obelisk and an offering table, where the main rituals are carried out to the sun-god. To the left of the obelisk, there is a chapel that has scenes of the Sed-Festival. The eastern entrance leads to a big hall that in turn leads to two perpendicular halls that lead to three entrances, the western one of which leads to the causeway. To the south of the temple, was found a boat-pit, 30 m in length.