The most complete temple with some exellent colours visible Sad that the hypostyle hall is incomplete. Use Kent Weeks for details
This temple is not part of the standard tours, but is definitely a must see! Our guide recommended we visit Habu as it is one of the few to still have colour on the ceilings and it was simply amazing o see. The walls also have some very different scenes to other temples and some of the deepest low relief... More
this temple is very different to a lot of others, the carvings are very deep and the pictures tell wonderful stories, the roofs still have colours on them, its very peaceful and is not usually crowded with too many people
Probably the most substantial mortuary temple on the West Bank of Thebes after Hatshepsut's temple. Inexplicably this site tends to be omitted from the tours operated by the larger tour companies and we had to pay a local tour company for a guided tour of this and the tombs in the Valley of the Nobles. Although subject to earthquake in... More
just a short distance from hatshepsut's temple complex is the smaller ramases iii complex, you enter from a small street, pay at the gate. immediatly you are entering an entrance pylon of grest hight with carvings on the walls of great interest, passing through this doorway you approach the pylons of ramases iii enclosure, and the first enclosed courtyard, the... More
This is a less known temple in the Luxor area; however, it was my favorite of all the temples/tombs we visited. The hieroglyphics were in great shape and many areas had beautiful, vibrant colors! You can also see Ramsesses III's toilet and one of the oldest remaining thrones.
Whatever else you see during your visit to luxor you must not miss going here. This is by far one of my favourite places to take my tourists to. It is a wonderful place, very serene. The mortuary temple of Ramses III. Some timeless carvings. It really is awesome.
The temple of Medinat Habu, which is actually the mortuary temple of Ramses III, has some unique characteristics. Due to the battles he had to fight most likely, the outer walls are built like a fortress. Which was in the end rather prophetic because it served as a fortress during the Third Intermediate Period. You will still find lots of... More
This is, by far, one of the most beautiful temple in Egypt. You can still see the colors and feel the vibe. Not included in our cruise though and have to pay extra for it, which was not cheap.
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