The sky church at the entrance of Luxor Temple, said to have been built when the temple of Luxor was not yet discovered, was built directly above the temple of Luxor. Good well worth a visit.
The temple of Luxor is also buried deep in the mud of the Nile, where the Abu El Hajag Mosque was built after the Arab occupation. At the time of the mosque's construction, the temple of Luxor was almost buried underground, thus becoming the foundation of the mosque. Only when the full panorama of the temple was excavated in the 19th century did it find the mosque over the ruins of the temple courtyard
1. Located in the center of Luxor, adjacent to the Luxor Temple, it is precisely built on part of the Luxor Temple;
2. The mosque was built in the Ayub Dynasty in the 13th century. It is said that the Luxor Temple was buried underground, so the mosque was built on the roof of the temple;
3. Here you can admire the relief stone carvings of the ancient Egyptian period, the watchtower of the Roman period and the architectural style of the Saladin period mosque, and you can even directly overlook the entire Luxor Temple on the patio platform;
4. Free to visit.
The mosque built because of the shrine of Luxor was buried, it was built at the ruins point of the shrine's courtyard, its style of ancient temples are out of place and beautiful, so it is preserved
This mosque was found while digging for the temple. It was even built at the ruins point of the temple courtyard, its style of ancient species temples are out of place and beautiful, so it is preserved
The mosque and the temple are not very well connected, but it is a very interesting combination, the mosque is open here and very interesting