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Egypt ancient temples

  • Philae Temple

    philae temple kioskPhilae temple in Aswan is one of the charming temples of ancient Egypt, it was located originaly on the island of Philae which is in the Nile formerly in the first cataract. The temple was built on the island of Philae dedicated to goddess Isis, and after building the old dam of Aswan, the temple was moved to the nearby island of Agilika as it was

  • Qasr Kharga

    Qasr El GhueitaIs the main town of Kharga and contains very little original architecture. There is the Mabrouk Fountain carved by local artist Mabrouk and a thriving souk. The souk is a good place to buy articles actually used by the local inhabitants. On the main street in Qasr Kharga is the

  • Dush temple and Fortress

    Dush temple egyptDush at about 100km from the city of Kharga is an ancient sand stone temple and a Roman fortress. The sandstone temple, dedicated to Osiris and Isis, butts onto the side of the fortress, within its outer walls and was probably built by the Emperor Domitian, with further additions and decoration by

  • Temple of Hibis

    Hibis Temple khargaThe Temple of Hibis is the largest and most well preserved temple in the Kharga Oasis, it was excavated early during the 20th century. It is also the finest temple from the Persian period. Hibis is the finest example of an ancient Egyptian temple from the Persian Period.

  • The Temple Of Luxor

    Luxor temple luxorLuxor temple is one of the most beautiful temples from ancient Egypt. The temple was started by King Amenhotep III from the dynasty 18. However, it is believed by some archeologists that the oldest part of the temple dates back to the time of king Mentohotep the founder of the Middle kingdom. It seems that the ancient kings followed a

  • Edfu Temple

    Edfu templE aswanEdfu is a small sized city located on the west bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan, with a population of approximately sixty thousand people. Edfu is the site of the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus and an ancient settlement, the town is known for the major Ptolemaic temple, built between 237 BCE and 57 BCE, into the

  • Abusimbel Temples

    Abusimbel temple aswanAbusimbel Is one of the most fantastic places in the world which is classified as a world heritage by the UNSECO. It was built by Ramses II who dedicated it to the four national gods of Egypt: Ptah, Ra, Amun, and himself -Ramses II-as a deified king, son of Ra. Besides Karnak, this is the most impressive temple in Egypt

  • Pompay's Pillar

    pillar alexandriaThe pillar is considered the largest ancient monument in Alexandria.It is rising from the ruins of the ancient and famous serepion(temple of serapis). This column of red Aswan granite with a Corinthian capital, standing on a badly ruined substructure and rising to a height of

  • Queen Hatshepsut's temple

    Queen Hatshepsut temple luxorQueen Hatshepsuit was one of the kings of ancient Egypt, ruled over the country for almost 20 years. She held all the titles of an ancient Egyptian king (son of god Ra, King of upper and lower Egypt, the lord of the two ladies, Horus, and Golden Horus), for that reason she made male statues for herself shown with muscles, and

  • Kom Ombo Temple

    kom ombo temple aswanKom Ombo Is situated on the banks of the Nile some 23 miles north of Aswan, and is unusual in that it is dedicated to two gods, Horus & Sobek. Sobek was the crocodile god of Nile fertility, and the bend of the river here was once hom e to a large number of Nile crocodiles, which were held to be sacred. Indeed, there is a small collection of mummified



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