The Abydos Ruins in Luxor is a very large-scale temple site, where many exquisite and mysterious ancient Egyptian paintings are carved on the walls. The thick and neatly arranged stone pillars in the temple are also a very beautiful landscape very suitable for taking pictures.
The ruins of Abydos is one of the oldest towns in ancient Egypt, with a history of 5,000 years. It is a temple dedicated to the gods of ancient cemeteries, known as the Kent Mente of the first city in the West. There are many exquisite and mysterious murals, and many of them are still unsolved mysteries. It is worthy of your exploration. .
Abydos is the oldest ancient town found in ancient Egypt. The temples, sacrificial grounds, and residential areas here are quite well preserved. These are more than 4,000 years of history. The god Kent Mente is worshipped in the temple, which has a very long history and is definitely worth visiting and studying.
Chartered car from Luxor costs USD 60. The Abydos ruins are about 300 kilometers away from Luxor, and the car needs at least three hours. There are very few people inside and there are exceptionally exquisite murals, which are worth visiting!
I have to admit that before I went to Egypt, I had never even heard of the two names Abydos Abydos and Dendera. The temples in these two temples did not have the god Karnak in "Tragedy on the Nile". The Karnak temple and the Abu Simbel temple in "The Mummy" are so famous, but they were once an important chapter in the history of ancient Egypt. There are no noisy tourists here, and the exquisite temple mural carvings are unexpectedly preserved. Intact, you can completely immerse yourself in the ecstatic atmosphere of exploring the mysterious culture of ancient Egypt.