Plum9195Go at night to visit this famous temple in Luxor. It will be very crowded, but it will be cooler and the lights make everything very attractive. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes because the ground is uneven and you will want to make sure you do not slip. Going with a tour guide is recommended, they will be able to explain what you are seeing so you can fully appreciate the Temple. Reduced admission is available for Egyptian Citizens and students if they have an ID.This is a must do if you are in Egypt.
Plum9195This was such an interesting Temple built by a very interesting Queen. I will not spoil the story by telling it to you here, it is much better when you hear it while visiting the temple.You should have a guide to help you truly appreciate the history of the Temple. Usually the same guide that takes you to the Valley of the King's will take you to this Temple as well as they are very close to each other. The Polish people were instrumental in preserving this Temple and signage recognises this contribution. Seeing the actual tree stump of one of the trees brought back from a long ago trek was also mind-blowing. This was one of the most memorable sites we visited. Highly recommend.
长脸张少侠"The Monono" is also known as the Monono, and the Mangos are located in the two rocky giants that stand on the west bank of the Nile and in the field between the Valley of the Kings. The statue was originally built by the Amenhotep III, the heyday of the New Kingdom." "Two ordinary stone statues, but later generations heard legends about their singing, and it is said that this one on the right side of the giant Mononong, which is said to be a sound of endless distance at sunrise every morning, has been said by many travelers." They heard a sad song here, and the ancient Greeks linked the phenomenon to the story of the occupation of Troy. But scientists believe that this is a very common natural phenomenon, with sounds that are caused by sudden shifts in temperature from cold to hot at sunrise, and heat generated by the first solar rays of the morning passing through the body of the stone, making the sound of a stone. This is what makes the stones sing. The statue of Mennon is named after the ancient Greek mythology, which is a Greek mythology king, he won the Trojan War, but was killed by the queen's sympathizers, according to the historical records, during the Roman rule, there was an earthquake, the statues appeared cracks, whenever the wind, The giant image will make a sound like a cry, like a song of sadness. "The temples behind the statues have been destroyed, and the true meaning of the statues has not been studied. They were named after the tragic Mononon of Greek mythology, but unfortunately, a kindly Roman emperor ordered the repair of the ruined stone statues in 200 AD, and from then on onwards," The crying statue of Mengnong will not cry any more. Tickets: free, just on the side of the road: unlimited address: Al Bairat, Luxor, Luxor Governorate Traffic: 3 kilometers, 40 minutes walk, you can also ride about 10-20 pounds, the price is not expensive but the price is increased on the black car.
juki235Tutankhamun’s tomb is the most important pharaoh’s tomb in Luke. Many precious cultural relics and mummies of Pharaoh Tutankhamun have been unearthed here. Moreover, the splendor of the interior decoration of Suzuki, although more than 4,000 years have passed, the murals are still very bright, allowing people to learn a lot of precious Egyptian history. It is one of the most important tombs in the entire ancient emperor, don't miss it.
juki235Habu City is an ancient Egyptian city with a history of more than 4,000 years in the Luxor region. The buildings in the city are very well preserved, including shrines, sacrificial places, and residential quarters. The scale of the entire ancient city is very magnificent. It is also the place where many important ancient Egyptian events occurred. For example, Ramses III was assassinated here. It is really an ancient and great ancient city and it is worth a visit.
I was so happy to visit Egypt. This is the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor city. It was built during the reign of Queen Hatshepsut of the Eighteenth Dynasty. It is definitely HUGE and it was carved on the stones. 😱 The entrance fee cost less than 3 euros and you can go inside - unfortunately many os the statues inside were destroyed over time. Definitely worth the visit!
It’s worth to book a trip to Egypt only to visit the Karnak temple. Its so awesome!!! It was great to be able to discover the history from this place. 👏🏻 Many pharaohs have been here. The entrance fee is less than 5 dollars and you have some restaurants near to it. Don’t forget to take a water bottle cause it can be very hot inside. You will forever remember the Temple of Karnak!
I was super scare about riding a ballon since I haven’t done it before but it’s a MUST. It is really cheap in Egypt comparing to other places in the world. We paid 60 dolares per person and it was amazing. It was completely safe. It is not scare at all! I’m usually scared about being high but I felt safe. Please ride a Ballon in your trip to Egypt. You can even see the Valley of the Kings, where they secret buried all the pharaohs. You will never forget it!
There are no words to describe the view you get from up there. The baloon ride in Luxor is a must do. You do it at sunrise and the feeling is absolutely incredible. It was the best hour of our entire trip.
We did with magic baloon company, and it was all fine. They pick you up at the airport and drive you to the boat ride before reaching the baloon.
#luxor #baloon #sunrise
When in Luxor this is the place to stay. As soon as you arrive you will feel in a fairytale palace, service is impe#egypt_where_history_started able, and the garden is just an oasis in the center of the city.
Also its restaurants worth the visit. We were lucky to have been upgraded to the Luxury Room with pool view, so ask the reception for a nice room, they will be happy to give you. I Booked this hotel with trip.com with great deal.
#luxor #winterpalace #egypt
The Luxor Temple is a large Ancient Egyptian temple complex located on the east bank of the Nile River in the city today known as Luxor (ancient Thebes) and was constructed approximately 1400 BCE. It was so beautiful on the day but u must see them in night It was so wonderful and magical. Lot of seller but be careful if u want to buy with them.
Egypt is defined by the Nile. For many visitors, a multi-day cruise upon this famed waterway that saw the rise of the Pharaonic era is a highlight of their Egypt trip.
Cruising the Nile is also the most relaxing way to see the temples that stud the banks of the river on the route between Luxor and Aswan, plus sunrise and sunset over the date-palm-studded river banks, backed by sand dunes, is one of Egypt's most tranquil vistas.
The two famous sights on a Nile Cruise are the Temple of Kom Ombo and Edfu's Temple of Horus, where all the big cruise boats stop.
If you'd prefer a less crowded and slower experience, though, and don't mind "roughing it" a bit, you can also cruise the Nile by felucca (Egypt's traditional lateen-sailed wooden boats), which also allows you to create your own itinerary.
#egypt #valleyofthekings #ballon
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 ❤️🖤