The world's largest open-air museum-the splendor created by ancient Egypt thousands of years ago, wherever you go, there are monuments. There is a heavy sense of history. The valley of the kings where 40 pharaohs are buried is here. Walk around the monuments scattered on the street There are super cute kittens everywhere
It enshrines Amon, the sun god, and is an important place of worship for various important events in ancient times. Like an ancient city, exudes the breath of history. The two rows of Ram Avenue stand upright and respectfully guarded by the gods
The Karnak Open Air Museum is a small and famous museum of nature and history in Luxor. This temple is quite large. It is one of the filming locations of the famous film "Tragedy on the Nile" and the most magnificent in the world. One of the ancient buildings.
Luxor should be the political and cultural center of ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptian kings and pharaohs succeeded in building temples that left Egypt with a rich heritage. It is a pity that the ancient civilization of Egypt was ruled by other countries and races many times in its history. The civilization of ancient Egypt was forced to be interrupted and was not inherited and protected. The Carnac Open Air Museum is one example. It would be a disaster if my country's Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum were also open. Currently, the open-air museum next to the Karnak Temple is still being restored, and it is said to be funded by the United Nations. If you are not interested in ancient civilizations, this attraction can only be a visit here, and then sigh.
Come to the world's largest open-air museum-[Luxor], this important monument that occupies one-third of the world, you can imagine how great it is. The most emotional thing is their lavish behavior of "gifting" countless Egyptian obelisks to countries around the world, such as Paris, Rome, London... and the missing obelisk in front of the temple of Luxor is just standing on the Place de la Concorde in Paris That gilded version, even the guide said that the Paris one is more stylish. This symbolizes the connection with the sun god and the energy-gathering artifacts in the major squares of the world. It can be regarded as a way for people all over the world to admire ancient Egyptian civilization.