just a short distance from hatshepsut's temple complex is the smaller ramases iii complex,
you enter from a small street, pay at the gate. immediatly you are entering an entrance pylon
of grest hight with carvings on the walls of great interest, passing through this doorway you approach the pylons of ramases iii enclosure, and the first enclosed courtyard, the corridoors
of this and the second courtyard are covered in very deep carvings supposedly to prevent
any one else from removing them to add their own.passing through to ruined but still walled
area with small buildings and a few satues witch have seen better days, this area is well worth
spending some time over, before making your way out back through the courtyards, the whole
complex still has the original clay brick surrounding walls in ruins but still impressive.
a good day out.