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Karnak is considered a great archaeological complex that shows the glory of the Pharaohs, and was built over a period of one thousand three hundred years, on an area extending to more than 2 km2, and is thus considered one of the great religious archaeological sites worldwide. It includes the Temple of Amun, and a group of large obelisks, as well as the famous Hall of Columns, which contains a large group of columns, numbering one hundred and thirty-four columns, some of which reach twenty-one meters.
One of the most important tourist attractions in Luxor is the Luxor Temple, which contains a large wide square that includes halls and many rooms, as well as the presence of those majestic columns that gave him a special luster, which number fourteen columns, reaching a height of sixteen meters. It was built during the reign of King Ramses II with huge statues depicting it, knowing that some of these statues are still in existence.
It should be noted that the best time to visit this temple is in the early morning when the temple opens its doors to visitors, or in the period of sunset when the stones of the temple glow reflecting the sunlight, and that its beauty is increased by the lights that illuminate it at night, which makes it special in the night Distinctively from afar.
Valley of the Kings
The Valley of the Kings is located on the hills of the West Bank of the Nile River, and contains sixty-three graves for the kings of the pharaohs from the captivity: eighteen, nineteenth and twenty, and Ramses II’s tomb is the largest of these cemeteries, as it contains a hundred and twenty rooms, and all the tombs have been decorated, but all the tombs are even, , And texts highlight the most famous ancient Egyptian myths.
One of the important tourist attractions that must be visited in Luxor is the beautiful Luxor Museum, one of the best museums in Egypt, which contains a distinguished collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities, most of which date back to cemeteries, good temples, and perhaps the most prominent finds in this museum are engraved. The statue of Tuthmosis the Third, as well as a group of royal mummies, one of which is believed to belong to King Ramesses the First.