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Aswan Attractions

The Kom Ombo Temple is one of the most unique temples in Aswan and probably in Egypt. Kom Ombo means the heap of gold; the word Kom means heap in Arabic and the word Ombo means gold in the ancient Egyptian language.
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It is the second-largest temple in Egypt after the Temple of Karnak. It is located on the western bank of the Nile River, halfway between Luxor and Aswan.
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One of the places that reflects the Nubian life and culture is the Nubian Museum. This Museum is a very important destination in Aswan for those who import from Nubia and ancient Egypt.
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The obelisks were like the pyramids that are testimony to the ability of the ancient Egyptians who cut and moved these large blocks of granite. The construction of the obelisks was made of quartz, basalt, and limestone.
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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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