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Stop At: Valley of the Kings, Luxor City, Luxor 85511 Egypt
This Place was the royal cemetery for 62 Pharaohs, and is located on the west bank at Luxor. The only entrance to this place was a long narrow winding path. This was a secret place, where sentries were placed at the entrance of the Valley, as well as along the top of the hills, in the hopes of discouraging tomb robbers, who had in the past plundered all royal tombs, including the treasures of the Pyramids! Some thefts were probably carefully planned, but others were spur of the moment, as when an earlier tomb was accidentally discovered while cutting a new one and workmen took advantage of the opportunities,
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Stop At: Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari, Kings Valley Rd Deir el-Bahari, Luxor 23512 Egypt
Hatshepsut was one of the most interesting female figures and most capable Pharaohs of Egyptian history (1490-1468 BC), so our visit to her 3,500 year old temple at Deir el Bahari (Thebes West) was in many respects a quite special experience,
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Temple of Medinat Habu, Al Bairat, Luxor Egypt
The ancient city of Habu is located on the west bank of Luxor. The Egyptians believed that this place was sacred because the gods of creation had settled and settled on it, and one of the most famous ancient funerary temples, the Ramses III temple in West Taiba, Also in the palace "millions of years of the King of Upper Egypt and the Prophet" and "the secret of Maat Ra Mery Amoun" ..It has many important monuments. And the most important effects of the temple Ramses III, which is one of the greatest temples of the twentieth family. The surrounding area of Habu has many monuments, but the most famous of them is the temple of Ramesses III. It is also one of the best preserved temples in Egypt and has been known in ancient Egypt as "millions of years for the king of Upper and Lower Egypt" and "the secret of Maat Ra'i M'amoun" in Rahab Amun in West Taiba.Because large parts of its roof have been preserved, its famous decoration has been protected from the wind and rain and has retained many of its original colors giving the visitor a sense of the original temple as it appeared in its vibrant bright colors or even bright scenes of religious ceremonies, events and historical events.The walls of the temple were decorated with the achievements of King Ramesses II and his wars, especially against the peoples of the sea. It also included inscriptions and ceremonial ceremonies of the feast of the gods. The city of Habu also houses several temples, including the Temple of Amun and the Temple of E and Horemheb. The temple of the city of Habu is the most impressive temple in the west of Tiba. It was built at the beginning of the reign of King Ramesses III as a funerary temple. The building of the temple "Amun Mas" was inaugurated by the treasurer of the temple of Amun. The first half of the contemporary designation of the temple refers to the Christian city built inside the walls of the temple. It is likely that the word Habu refers to Amenhotep Ibn Habu, Minister of Amenhotep the Third. It is also believed that this name is attributed to the Christian priest, who was then residing in this spot.The Habu region is particularly sacred to the ancient Egyptians because they believed that the eight creation gods according to the Ashmoune doctrine had been guided in this area where the temple was built. The temple is called the "Temple of the Universal with Eternity" and is located in the southernmost part of the group of funerary temples built near the cultivated lands in the west of Tiba. Ramses III ordered it to be built in an area that was particularly sacred, From the temples and buildings dating back to different eras from the era of the middle state until the Coptic era.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Colossi of Memnon, Thebes, Luxor Egypt
Two great giants stood for thousands of years on the right of the road leading to the tombs of the dead in the Valley of the Kings and the Queens, and the other temples scattered on the western bank of the province of Luxor, namely the statue of Memnon. there was the Temple of the commemoration of the Pharaoh (Amenhotep III);
The two statues of Memnon are symbolizing king Amenhotep the Third, The architect of them is the famous Amenhotep bin Habu.
In front of them was an ancient funeral temple of king Amenhotep III, but there is nothing left but only the two statues. The height of each statue 21.90 meters.
Duration: 20 minutes