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Lake Nasser Attractions

Temple of Amun-Ra and Ramesses II
Temple of Wadi es-Sebua, “Valley of the Lions,” which comes from Arabic, was given to this temple because of the avenue of sphinxes that leads up to it. The name is pronounced exactly as it is written: “Valley of the Lions,” which is the exact translation of the word. During Ramesses II’s rule, this temple...
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temple of kalabsha
The magnificent Temple of Kalabsha was planned and built during the times of Amenhotep II and Ptolemy IX. The Temple of Kalabsha finished in the first century AD, and its building started in the 2nd millennium BC and continued until the 1st century AD. Because the Temple’s popularity has increased, it has become the most...
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Amada Temple
This temple is located about 180 kilometers south of the High Dam. The Temple of Amada is the oldest Egyptian temple in Nubia; during Egypt’s 18th dynasty, Pharaoh Thutmose III was in charge and built this building. To mark the completion of the new building, a ceremony was held to honor the gods Amun and...
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Kasr Ibrim
Qasr Ibrim is the only Nubian structure that can still be seen in the same place where it was built. It is about 60 kilometers north of Abu Simbel and used to be on top of a 70-meter-high cliff, and you can see water lapping up against the edges of it. A brief history of...
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simbel lake nasser
Lake Nasser map Lake Nasser is the largest artificial lake in the world, and it is more than 500 kilometers (310 miles) south of the High Dam and goes down 180 meters (590 feet). Because of the High Dam, this area now has a lake. During the Egyptian New Kingdom, the Nubians, who had lived...
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