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Tomb of Amonherkhopeshef

West Bank of River Nile, South of the Theban Hills | Off Madinat Habu,, Luxor, Egypt
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West Bank of River Nile, South of the Theban Hills | Off Madinat Habu,, Luxor, Egypt
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Photo ticket can be bought for 300 LE - worth to buy and take photos inside the tomb! Very nice, very touching...

Thank zsy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The tomb of son of Ramesses II is full of color historic paintings on every walls and corners. The colors are still right after thousands years.

Thank Parvin S
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

The star of the Valley of the Queens is the Tomb of Nefertari, perhaps the most beautiful tomb in the world. It's now open to tourists for about 60 dollars for a visit. As long as you are here for that, be surety check out...More

Thank Craig T
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Reviewed 23 February 2017

Amunherkopeshef was buried in the Valley of the Queens. His tomb is beautifully decorated and ought to be visited.

Thank Mike S
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

A son of Ramesses III, he is buried in the Valley of the Queens (worth visiting for Nefertari as well). The young boy is presented to the gods by his father.

Thank paneb
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Reviewed 3 December 2016

When you visit the valley of the Queen you can visit 3 tombs at a very low price. Tomb of Amonherkhopeshef is the best preserved out of the 3 (Tomb of queen Tity is the least well preserved) and shows some beautiful colours. Paintings in...More

Thank Clemence C
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Reviewed 31 March 2016

one can't get bored of visiting this tomb many times, due to its perfect colours and vivid paintings, it's of a young son of king Ramses III, he is depicted with his father together with many ancient Egyptian gods ... just marvelous ..

Thank minanabil77
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

In the Valley of the Queens you find the beautiful tomb of Amenherkepshef. Its decoration with colorful scenes are a very pretty sight. THE Queen of the Valley is of course Nefertari, whose tomb is open upon request (an the handing over of a hefty...More

Thank jansvis
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Reviewed 19 November 2015

One of only three tombs open in so called The Valley of the Queens. The decoration is exquisite and vibrant in colour, showing Amonherkhoshef and his father Ramses II. Worthy of a visit

Thank dave-the-wath
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Reviewed 7 November 2015

Walking into the Valley of the Kings on a sticking on windless day is a treat. Take plenty of water though. They had a limited number of tombs open the day we visited. This one was majestic in its grandure and size. The painting and...More

Thank 70daysontour
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