The queens of Luxor echo the famous Valley of the Kings, where about 30 queens from the ancient Egyptian period are buried. More than 20 of them are open to the public. The scale here is much smaller than the Valley of the Kings, but it also has exquisite murals, and many precious cultural relics have been unearthed. You may wish to visit and explore.
The valley of the queens of Luxor, like the famous valley of kings, is mostly buried by the queens of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. Throughout the valley, there are about 20 ancient Egyptian queens buried, most of whom can go on a visit. But the tomb is much smaller and less luxurious than in the Valley of the Kings.
Luxor's Valley of Queens was smaller than the Valley of Kings, where more than 20 ancient Egyptian queens were buried. Most of them can be visited, through long narrow passages to the bottom of the pyramid, with beautiful frescoes on both sides and a splendidly decorated top. Although smaller than the tombs in the Valley of the Kings, they are no less exquisite.
Luxor's Valley of Queens is the place where ancient Egyptian queens were buried, not far from the famous Valley of Kings, the area is scattered over 30 tombs of Queens, big and small. Four or five of them are accessible. The tombs in Queen's Valley are much worse than the imperial Valley, but there are also very fine murals and grave goods, which are worth a look.
Luxor not only has the famous Valley of the Kings, but also the Queen, as the name suggests, is a mausoleum for ancient Egyptian queens. It is smaller in size and size than the Valley of the Kings, but it also has dozens of queens buried. Some of the trees are accessible, as are the fine frescoes and precious burial objects, the underground world of ancient Egypt and the splendid civilizations.