Temple of Ramses III is the most known attraction of this site, it is very well preserved and still has some granit statues in situ. To the left of the Temple is the remains of the palace, ie living quarters and the court of the pharao, build in mud-brick. Between the entrance and the first pylon of the Temple there are small Chapels of Divine Adoratrices of Amun, also called Wives of Amun. To the right of entrance there is an older Temple of 18th Dynasty, also well-preserved and little visited. There are remains of a Sacred Lake and Nilometer on the site and also a kind of open-air museum all around the area, showing a lot of excavated parts of buildings.
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