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This was the second stop of the trip that started off in Edfu. The temple is walking distance from the shoreline and is a nice trip but the temple itself has nothing fancy and by the time we arrived, we were rather templed out.
Worth a visit. It was part of the Nile cruise package and visit was toward evening. Its interesting to note the architecture and hidden chambers. Though most of the temple is destroyed, but still gives an idea of scale. Also check various animal sarcophagus and...More
Visited this temple while in Egypt on a nile cruise. It is a beautiful temple as most of the temples in Egypt. It sits up on a hill area that overlooks the River Nile. I think the lication is the best thing about this Temple.
The temple is surprisingly visible and stunning from the Nile. It features a double temple: one side dedicated to Sobek, the local crocodile god, and the other side honoring the falcon God, Haroeris. There are many interesting and unique features to this temple, including representation...More
This is a small-ish temple on the banks of the Nile, less well preserved than some others, but with much to amuse and delight. The calendar, depth gauge, apothecary and obstetrics hieroglyphs are all not to be missed, and the crocodile mummification museum nearby is...More
We visited the temple a bit after dark, which wasn't the ideal time to see it though there were enough lights showcasing the temple very beautifully. There are 2 parts to the temple and one has to see both separately in that first one can...More
The Temple of Kom Ombo is fascinating! There are carvings on the walls of early medical instruments. It is unreal to see in person how the Ancient Egyptians would have lived. Kom Ombo is a wonderful reflection of Ancient Egyptian life where they worshipped crocodiles....More
This is a must see before the sunset to take in the intricate colored pictures on the walls. The calendar is interesting too. You should have a guide to explain the history of the ruins. This is a special place at sunset. The lights highlight...More