This fascinating historical Luxor attraction is the last resting place of the wives and children of the Pharaohs from the 18th, 19th and 20th dynasties.
While the Valley of the Kings is considerably less grand than the Pyramids in terms of Egyptian funerary complexes, it is still well worth a
Temple of Luxor The Temple of Luxor was built largely by King Ramesses II and King Amenhotep III and was constructed with the intention of
Temple of Deir El-Bahri Luxor’s Temple of Deir El-Bahri is one of the country’s most distinctive and characteristic temples on account of both its architectural
Deir el-Medina Otherwise known as the Artisan Village, Deir el-Medina is close to central Luxor and is the remains of an old Egyptian township that
Temple of Karnak Known as Ipet-isut by the ancient Egyptians, the Temple of Karnak is in fact a whole city of temples that were constructed
About Luxor Breathtaking in both size and complexity, Luxor is described as the “world’s greatest open air museum” and showcases all that is left of
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