Explore the ancient Egyptian civilization Hathor Temple—this is the most outstanding work left to mankind by Ramses the Great, with a history of more than 3,300 years. The statue of Ramses stands tall and powerful, and his great achievements are recorded in the temple. The Temple of Hathor, 50 meters away from the Temple of Ramses, was built by Ramses II for his beloved wife Nefertari. In the temple’s inscription: “The sun rises because of you, and my love for you is unique.” In her tomb, Ramses the Great’s affectionate section: “When you gently walk past my By my side, I took away my heart~"!
Hathor Temple is also known as Dandara Temple, here is dedicated to the goddess Hathor. I personally feel that this is also the most tiring temple in the entire Luxor area. Because there are many huge stone pillars in the temple, supporting beams. There are very exquisite murals on these stone pillars and beams. They are all legends of ancient Egyptian mythology. They are very exciting, but it is very tiring to look up all the time. After studying the whole temple, my head and neck are very sore.
Hathor Temple "Dandra's Light" here is the reason why it attracts many tourists to come here because this divine light really got up early in the morning. After we entered the temple, a staff member pulled us secretly and opened the side room on the ground. A door that opens upwards tells us that there is no cave below, which is very historical and not bad for a look!
Hathor Temple is the most famous temple on the Nile River, where the goddess Hathor is enshrined. There are many tall pillars in the temple, and exquisite murals are carved on the pillars and the roof. You need to look up. Most of the stories depicted in it are ancient Egyptian historical stories, myths and legends. The absolute brilliance is a textbook on the history of ancient Egypt.
The Temple of Hathor is on the left side of the Temple of Ramses II. There is a small and similar temple to worship the goddess Hathor. Like the Temple of Ramses II, it was built not so much to worship the gods as it was to pay homage to Pharaoh's beloved wife, Nefertari. On the front facade of the temple are six stone statues, four of which are Ramses II himself, and the other two are Nefertari. The size of the two is exactly the same, which is unique in Egypt where the king is supreme. It reflects the pharaoh's love for the queen. The entrance of the temple is also engraved with the inscription "The sun shines for her". It is a pity that the queen died before the temple was built. Similar to the Ramses II Temple, the main body of the temple is also a rectangular hall full of frescoes and carvings. The difference is that these frescoes have no war scenes. Communication between people and gods is the theme here, and there is even the goddess Isis. Talking with Hathor holding the queen's hand
This temple is located on the edge of the Great Temple of Luxor Ames, and is much smaller than the former. This temple was built for the wife of Ramses II. It also has exquisite carvings and murals. You can visit the temple with Ramses II.