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December 28, 2020
The Temple of Abu Simbel redefines the definition of words like Glory. It was miraculously built by Ramses II (1279-1213 BC) during the time of the new empire of Egypt to immortalize his legacy, honor his wife Nefertari, and protect his legacy from oblivion.
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Philae Island is a very important island in Aswan. The Island of Philae was full of temples, dedicated to the goddess Isis because Isis was the goddess of the Island. These temples were built during the Ptolemaic and Roman periods. One of the famous temples of the Island is the Temple of Philae.
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In 1889 the construction of the first Aswan Dam "the Lower Aswan Dam" was started. The Low Dam was completed in 1902. The Low Dam was 54 m high and later increased its height in two phases; from 1907 to 1912 and from 1929 to 1933.
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There are also monuments from later times. One of the temples preserved in Luxor is the Temple of Esna. The Temple is in the city of Esna which is located 50 km south of Luxor.
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The pharaonic temples reflect the importance of religion and its beliefs. The temples are not only in Luxor but also you can find other temples in other cities of Upper Egypt. One of the outstanding temples is the Temple of Abydos. This Temple is in Sohag, 135 km north of Luxor and 420 km south...
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One of the most important temples in Egypt is the Dendera Complex. The Complex is considered one of the most preserved complexes in Egypt. It is south of Abidos, 2.5 km southeast of Dendera.
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The Valley of Noble's west of Luxor on the west bank of the River Nile. Ministers, priests, army soldiers, and officials of the king's palace were buried there. Most of the nobles were from the 17th, 19th, and 20th dynasties.
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One of the places of the famous royal tombs in the Valley of the Queens. This Valley is southwest of the Valley of the Kings. It was built to bury the royal wives of the Kings, the princesses, and their children from the New Empire.
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The Valley of the Kings is located in the heart of a hill. It is the final resting place of the great pharaohs of Egypt's new empire (1570-1070 BC). The extraordinary Valley of the Kings served as a royal cemetery for the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties of pharaohs and privileged nobles from the 16th...
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One of the important monuments in Luxor is the Colossi of Memnon. The Colossuses of Memnon are dedicated to King Amenophis III.
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