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A bit off the beaten path, but worth checking out if you have time. It’s a bit newer (Roman times rather than Pharonic) and in excellent condition. The carvings and colors are pristine. It’s extremely small so it doesn’t take long to visit.
This is an awesome tiny little temple hidden out in the desert. Every time I have went (which is often now that I live in Luxor) I have the place all to myself. It's just one mail room and a little hallway that runs around...More
Was looking forward to this new temple only opened this year no wasn't disappointed at all we arranged for our driver and guide in advance and only a short stone throw away from medinet habu temple lovely reliefs a lot of work has been done...More
This is a small Temple but its beautiful and so worth a vist. I had my tour guide and a driver as its a little bit out of the way,The raised reliefs are stunning as the temple walls were renovated a couple of years ago....More
Went on a visit to the newly restored Isis temple. We had been waiting to see if the ticket was repriced in Egyptian pounds. Sadly it has not been, the reason behind making the ticket price in dollars and accepting no other currency completely escapes...More
You get your ticket at the usual Ticket Office at the entry point to the various West Bank Sites. it is $5!! Egyptian currency NOT accepted.
Much work has been done there to lay out pathways, build a GateHouse with toilets, exterior lighting and a...More
This is a small, unimpressive temple, architecturally. Only the inner room is decorated, but a good amount of original color is left, and the decorations are interesting. Mnay of the details of the clothing is in paint, so take your time & look. It's a...More