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While visiting the open museum of memphis, this statue is to the entrance of the museum. The statue of Ramses II was discovered under nile in memphis. It was salvaged and laid here and a building was contructed on top if it. A huge statue...More
Pretty much this amounts to one amazing statue that is a ways outside the city. If you go, hit up Sakkara, too. It won’t take more than 30 minutes (even for the slowest of people) to experience this place. They did have nice plaques that...More
The Colossus of Ramses II is inside the building and is carved from one solid piece of limestone and is 10 meters long. The status was discovered in 1820 by a traveler. Mohammad Ali donated the statue to the British Museum, but the task of...More
Going to this site was an experience in itself. As you are walking toward the entrance of the building you will see a long row of vendors who desperately want to sell you something. Word of warning, just a casual glance in their direction is...More