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December 28, 2020
It is one of the incomparable temples of ancient Egypt that is considered one of the greatest achievements of this civilization. It is dedicated to Hachepsut and Amon. The Egyptian monarch had the duty to honor their gods and pharaohs and immortalize their memory forever by building tombs and temples.
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In 1962 the Egyptian Ministry of Culture hired the architect Mahmoud El-Hakim to build the Museum. The Museum of Luxor was built between the years 1972 and 1975. It opened to the public in December 1975.
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The Karnak Temple is the largest temple in the world and the largest religious building ever built. It is located in the city of Luxor "Thebes". The Karnak Temple is known as the Temple of Amon, it was called "Ipet-Isu" which means "The most select of places" in the Middle Empire, also known as "Pr-Imn"...
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In Luxor, there are most of the monuments of Egypt. The city of Luxor is famous for its temples because it was the ancient capital of the New Empire and is considered a great open museum. One of the important temples is the Temple of Luxor. The Temple of Luxor is considered the second largest...
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This place is known as "The Catacombs", which means the subway tunnel because it assimilates the design of the Christian Catacombs in Rome. It is also known as "Kom El Shokafa", which means mountain of fragments because the remains of broken pottery were found in this place. This denomination of "Kom El Shokafa" is from...
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Pompey's Pillar was built in 297 in the Roman period in honor of Emperor Diocletian for his victory in the battle with General Aquileus. It is known by the name of Pompey by the Crusaders who believed that Pompey (a politician and reman general) was killed by Ptolemy XIII (brother and husband of Cleopatra) and...
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The attractions of Alexandria are many but it is famous for its library. The Library of Alexandria is considered the main destination in Alexandria. In its time in history, there was the largest library in the world. It is the largest library in Egypt.
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The Citadel is in the east of the port of Alexandria where the Island of Faro was. The Citadel was built on the very site of Alexandria's famous lighthouse which was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world before its destruction by another earthquake in the 14th century.
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The Synagogue was a Christian church but when it increased the annual taxes imposed by the Muslim rulers in the dynasty of Ahmed Ibn Tulun, Abraham Ibn Ezra of Jerusalem in 882 bought the church for 20 thousand dinars. From this moment the church converted to a Jewish synagogue.
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The Coptic civilization began when the Holy Family arrived in Egypt. Throughout the journey of the Holy Family in Egypt, churches were built in the places where the Virgin Mary and her son Jesus lived. One of the most famous and attractive churches in the Church of the Virgin Mary.
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