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The key feature of this tomb, which was originally built for Ramses V and expanded by Ramses VI during the 20th Dynasty, is its vaulted astronomical ceiling with a double image of the Goddess Nut swallowing the sun.
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Visit this tomb if it is open, it is breathtaking, the size and quality of the paintings is outstanding. It is one of the largest and finest in the valley. You will not be disappointed I can assure you.
Worth the additional reasonably priced ticket. It is not expensive as Seti and Nefertary tombs. It is for two kings Ramses V and VI. The paintings and colors are wonderful. Not very crowded. We hired the local guard to explain to us and he was...More
Definitely worth the small extra fee and save one of your camera punches (3 punches/pass) for this tomb. Hieroglifics are better defined, with much better color than others. Of course the mummy and artifacts are long gone to museums around the world.
so much history, incredible architecture and craftsmanship, another stop on your egypt trip you shouldn’t miss. an eye opening journey to an area that just reading about doesn’t compare to seeing it in person.
I recommend that you only visit 3 tombs here at the valley of the kings including this one. Paying for the transportation from the entrance to the tombs is well worth it (about 5-10 Egyptian pounds per adult). If you're a student, bring your student...More