This is one of the best preserved temples in Egypt. Since the roof of the temple has not been damaged, the internal colors are well preserved. Unlike other temples, this temple is L-shaped rather than straight. Among them are the six main gods (Osiris, Isis, Horus, Amon-Ra, Ra-Ahuati and Portas), as well as Seti I himself.
The Temple of Seti I is a small and famous ruin in Luxor. It is worth seeing. The first time I came here, I felt that it exceeded my expectations, and I even became more interested in this type of scenic spot.
Seti I built Abydos when he was alive and decorated the multi-pillar hall of the Temple of Kornak, but his own temple was not built when he died. Later, his son Ramses II Completed the project for him. Although this temple was built near a palm forest, the environment is beautiful.
Seti I-is the son of Ramses I and the father of Ramses II. His temple is located near the Valley of the Kings, with only a few remaining stone pillars. For these once glorious kings, there are few stone pillars strong when thinking of the temple that was built with great effort back then.
The overall feeling is pretty good, very good.
I like this place very much. The temple was built during the reign of Seti I, and it took a long time to complete it. Now only the part of the holy land remains, and some reliefs can still be seen