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Stunning view on Sunset over Luxor city, Egypt.
Nile river, Hatshepsut temple and valleys of the Kings.
Amazing experience!! Worth it to wake up 4am ❤️🖤
If you want to find a way to cross the soul, Luxor must be one of the must. From the birth of the East Coast to the reborn West Bank, the Ramses family, and the story of Tutankhamun, we have been guiding our travels. Life and death, what is it? For the ancient Egyptians, the most serious deaths and souls have become so light. Eternity, the term, suddenly became ridiculous in the temple of the sun in the hot sun.
Luxor is divided on the banks of the Quinro River, and many attractions to Luxor are also distributed on the banks of the Nile, namely the East Coast and the West Bank, the Temple of the Monon, the Valley of the Kings, etc. on the west bank of the Nile, Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple Etc. distributed on the east coast. The sights of the
West Bank are very remote and require a chartered bus, while the attractions on the East Coast are mostly close to the centre of Luxor, and walking is good.
West Coast chartered day trip, found a van through the hotel, 400 Egyptian pounds a day, the West Coast attractions are all over the net. The
Mennon statue should be a statue built in the 14th and 15th centuries BC, during the Egyptian New Dynasty. The Mennon was originally a hero in ancient Greek mythology and was once the king of Ethiopia. Here, he is the guardian of the Temple of Amenhotep III. Judging from the ancient history of Egypt, when Amenhotep III was in office, he once built a large-scale civil architecture, popularized by luxury and luxury, more than any former ruler. However, he also gained a great reputation as a protector of architecture and art.
The Valley of the Kings is the main mausoleum of the pharaohs and nobles during the 18th to 20th dynasties of the ancient Egyptian New Dynasty (circa 1539 BC to 1075 BC). Now 62 tombs have been developed, but visitors can only choose to visit three of them, and they are not allowed to take pictures inside. Of course, the relevant photos are not taken from the inside of the mausoleum or the gate of the Valley of the Kings.
A Swiss girl married a local because she fell in love with Luxor's temple and opened a homestay together. Life is far more incredible than we think. And we are also willing to be brave for the love of our hearts.
The Queen Hatshepsut Temple is the only female pharaoh temple in Egypt. The temple is in the valley, and the cliff behind it is like a huge barrier, and the scenery is spectacular.