Egypt’s monuments

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Giza Pyramids

The Pyramids of Giza are located outside the city of Cairo in Egypt, where they were considered tombs of the Pharaohs, and they are considered the only remaining monuments from the seven wonders of the ancient world, and the pyramid of Khufu, which consists of more than two million stone blocks, is considered the largest and most famous of these pyramids, as there are other pyramids in the region Such as: Khafre’s Pyramid, Menkaure Pyramid, Senefru Pyramid, and others. It should be noted that the area that includes the pyramids is a vast area, as most visitors wander, or rent a car, so that they can see the pyramids in it.

Karnak Temple

The remains of the remains in Karnak date back to the early eighteenth dynasty, until the Romen era, and the main axis of Karnak is characterized by the presence of the baptized foyer (English: Hypostyle Hall), which consists of 134 huge papyrus columns, and the celebration hall of Thutmose III (English: Festival Hall of Thutmose III) considered to be a memorial hall in which columns of gracefulness and lightness stand out compared to the cold columns in the intentional lobby, and the pillars of the festive hall are crowned in the form of bells inspired by the shape of wooden pegs that were used in In the primitive tents.

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Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel area includes two temples that were built by King Ramses II on the southern border of Pharaonic Egypt, opposite Nubia, and there are four huge statues of King Ramses II in front of the main temple, which is a wonderful example that expresses ancient Egyptian art, and it is worth noting that this temple consists of Three successive halls extend over a distance of 56 meters inside a cliff, which are decorated with several statues of the king himself, in addition to drawings showing his alleged victory in the Battle of Kadesh, and it is important to mention that he has another name called (the Temple of the Sun), since it was dedicated to the gods to talk nonsense MS: (Amon Ra) and (Ra-Horakhti), knowing that the temple was not known to the world until it was discovered by the Swiss scholar Johan Ludwik Barckhart in 1813 AD.

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