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Ramesseum, funerary temple of Ramses II (1279–13 bc). Not being one of the traditional tourist stops makes it less crowded than other sites and thus a leisurely visit with no vendors. Located on the west bank of Luxor not far from the Colossi of Memnon...More
A small site that was pretty much empty when I go there around 11:00 AM.
Look out for the Ozymandias statue, of course.
I booked a car for half a day to take me around the Luxor West Bank for 500 EGP which was worth...More
I have Ramses II fun! This mortuary temple of Ramses II is one of my favourite place.
There isn't lot of tourist, only few. I have been ther 2 times. Every moment I feel it's a miracle place. I wonder and Itry to imagine how...More
The Ramesseum is the mortuary temple of Ramesses II, the “Victor of Kadesh.” In this review, I’ll discuss (A) Egyptian mortuary temples in general, (B) Ramesses II, and (C) the Ramesseum, concluding with a brief but curious postscript.
A: For thousands of years, in addition...More