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. There are allegedly over 70 burial sites located within the Valley of the Queens, the most famous of which is the tomb of Queen Nefertiti (unfortunately closed now). The Tomb of Queen Tyti and the Tomb of Amenherkhepshef are however still open and among the top attractions of the valley. All visitors are required to wear masks and shoe pads when entering the tombs.

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