Once you run the gauntlet of hawkers and get your horse and carriage ride to the temple and are inside the complex you first notice just how large the temple is. The statues of Horus on either side of the entry way make you think about the significance of this edifice. The temple still has some paint on the walls from the ancients, and the inner sanctuary is impressive. There are rooms upon rooms to explore and if you have a good guide the temple has secrets to share. We had a great guide and after his explanation of the temple we were left on our own for a bit to discover it's wonders for ourselves.
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