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Luxor Attractions

 

Luxor Attractions
Luxor Attractions


Luxor was capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom and was known as Thebes, stare at Valley of the Kings and the mysterious finds of Karnak temple pillars and the luxury view of Nile River and more, Luxor is the perfect choice for culture vultures, Where it is possible to watch the sailing boats or sitting in floating restaurants listening to Nubian music and eating fresh fish.

Delve in history of ancient Egyptian and keen to scout breathtaking beautiful of Luxor, enjoy the gleaming archeological sites in the Bank of the Nile River, stare at the Karnak and Luxor Temples on the East bank,then head out toward the West bank where you will be able to visit Tutankhamun tomb at Valley of the Kings, feel ravishing with the glory of Hatshepsut Temple, walkthrough Valley of the Queens and more.

Scout bazaar and stunning view of the Nile on the East Bank, which consider the center for fascinating Spas and a golf course. Then be ready to amuse your soul with the gleaming find of West Bank, which is known for its temples and historical sightseeing like the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, the Workers Village, and the Temple of Medinet Habu are the highlights of Luxor West Bank.



 

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  Abydos City Be witness on the glory of Abydos city which consider the most ancient cities of Upper Egypt, now known as El Arabah,…
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  Colossi of Memnon When you visit Luxor do not miss the chance to explore the most popular statues on the West Bank of Luxor…
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  Stare at the amazement of several roman kiosks, walkthrough the colossal gateway of Domitian and Trajan and enter into the cavernous hypostyle hall of…
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  When you traveling to Egypt do not miss the chance to feast your eyes with the amazement of Karnak Temple in Luxor, which consider…
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  Luxor Museum is a fascinating and wonderful landmark of Luxor; it is located on a strategic place between Karnak and Luxor Temple, the garden…
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  One of the amazing landmarks of Egypt is Luxor Temple, which consider the largest temple on the east bank of Nile River, this temple…
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  Malkata is the name of the site of the palace of Amenhotep III, Malkata Palace in located on the west bank of Luxor, In…
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  Two minutes walking from Hatshepsut Temple lies mortuary temple of Mentuhotep, This temple is a transition between the Old Kingdom temple of the pyramid,…
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  The Mummification Museum is located in Luxor on the Cornish of the Nile River, front of Mina House Hotel; the Mummification Museum presents the…
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  Open Air Museum it considers the ruins of walls and pylons of temples are located at one place, when archaeologists working at karnak have…
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  Unleash your inner adventure while scout around the most gleaming finds of the Workmen village at Deir el Medina, do not miss the chance…
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  Ramesses II built his fabulous mortuary temple on the site of Seti I's ruined temple; He ruled for 67 years during the 13th century…
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  The Temple of Medinet Habu is one of the largest memorial Temples in Egypt, but unfortunately most tourists get to the temple at the…
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  Scout around the most mysterious parts of ancient history of Pharaohs, beside excavation of Valley of the Kings and Queens, The Tombs of the…
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  Unleash your inner adventure while scout around the most gleaming finds of Valley of the Kings, and also known as doorway of the Kings,…
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  Valley of the Queens lies on the west bank of Luxor near Valley of the Kings, known as Biban El Harim, This valley contains…
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  The funerary Temple of Hatshepsut, or Bahri Temple as it known, it dated back to 18th century, and the best temple still existed without…