The tomb of Ramses III is a very famous pharaoh's tomb in Luxor area. Everyone can go to visit the tomb. In the tomb passage, there are very exquisite murals and mysterious Egyptian hieroglyphs. There are still many unsolved mysteries here, and there is really a sense of mystery surrounding you.
It is the largest mausoleum in the Valley of the Kings. It is very spectacular and shocking. The entire tomb passage and tomb room retains exquisite stone carvings and murals with brilliant colors. Due to the turmoil of the royal family during the reign of Ramses V and VI, senior officials and the god Amon Priests took power, controlled many lands and interfered with finances, so that the pharaoh could not build the buildings he should build. When Ramses VI died, he could only occupy the tomb of Ramses V. Therefore, the only tomb where two pharaohs coexisted in the Valley of the Kings was formed.
The tomb of the Pharaoh of Ramses VI is an important cemetery of the King of Egypt, the size of the Pharaoh's cemetery is huge, there are many visitors here, the history of Ramses in a lot of introductions, can be slowly enjoyed.
The Mausoleum of Ramses III is located in the Valley of the Kings. He was the last pharaoh of ancient Egypt to be brave and capable of fighting. His tomb is 125 meters long and is the longest tomb in the Valley of the Kings. There are colorful murals inside. It is said that it is the tomb of the pharaoh, but there is no mummy. The real mummy is stored in the Cairo Museum. We bought tickets to see it at our own expense.
The Tomb of Ramses III is famous and worth seeing!!
[Explore Ancient Egyptian Civilization·The Valley of Kings on Day8] The Valley of Kings is located on the west bank of the Nile River, 7 kilometers away from the shore, and can be reached from the steep mountain road at the northern end of the Acropolis of Thebes. There are a total of more than 60 emperor tombs, where 64 pharaohs from the 18th to the 20th dynasty are buried. The entrance to the tomb is often halfway up the mountain, with a small passage leading to the depths of the tomb. The patterns and hieroglyphs on both walls of the passage are still present. Still very clear. We selected a few representative tombs to visit, and each of the tombs has beautiful murals, which is amazing! According to the number of the tombs I visited, I shared these stunning and unique works with my friends!