This is going to one of several superlatives for our trip to Egypt. It is one thing seeing these places in films and on TV documentaries but to actually visit, walk along 2,000 old paths and touch the...
Luxor is one of Egypt’s most precious inheritances when it comes to Egyptian ancient civilization. With a vast number of incredible ancient monuments, one of Luxor’s great temples is the Karnak Temple...
The oldest city in Egypt, a mysterious miracle thousands of years ago! Shocked to say no words
Luxor is the lowest-tune city in Egypt. It was known as the capital of the hundred gates thousands of years ago and stands proudly in the world. Those magnificent temples are undoubtedly the best witnesses of the Pharaoh civilization.
It is said that each stone statue is up to several tens of meters, and the lotus relief on the lotus relief symbolizes the unity of the upper and lower Egypt. They are like historical comic strips, hiding ancient secrets. Between the broken walls and the ruins, history has never been like smoke.
Tips: The temple is the best light before 9am, you can wear a bright red dress gown and sway between the pillars; after noon, the shadows are slowly skewed and the shadow area is over Big, but not easy to produce.
The Karnak Temple is the oldest temple in Thebes. It is more spectacular than the Luxor Temple, with a light footprint of 30 hectares! The whole temple consists of a temple dedicated to the sun god Amon, a temple dedicated to the goddess War god Mutter, and a temple of Meng Xiu. Although the temple has been destroyed by man or nature, it remains. A variety of exquisite stone statues and hundreds of giant stone pillars are still magnificent and shocking! It is hard to imagine how spectacular the temple was built thousands of years ago!
Called a carriage, along the Sphinx Avenue in front of the Luxor Temple, all the way to the Ram Avenue in front of the Temple of Karnak, the ram of the sheep-headed lion is the embodiment of the Ramon god, two Standing between the claws is Ramses II, symbolizing that Pharaoh was blessed by the god Amon.
At the end of Ram Avenue is the largest surviving temple in ancient Egypt - Carnac, the most peak of all the temples in Egypt, the city of the temple, and the characteristics of all the temples of the later generations follow Its normative design is built. The god that was worshipped by the temple without the ancients and the future is the family of Amon and his family. The construction of the
temple can be traced back to the twelfth dynasty from 1960 BC to 1926 BC. Upper Egypt, Senwosert I, built a small sanctuary to worship the gods of Thebes. The boss of the "Amon God." After the birth of the Pharaoh of Thebes, the local gods "Amon" and the family of three became the main god of the country, enjoying the supreme status and the temple began to expand. Especially during the 18th Dynasty's Amenhotep III and the 19th Dynasty, Ramses II, the temple's expansion project reached its peak, when there were more than 100,000 slaves, more than 200,000 animals, 83 Ships, as well as cherished treasures from 65 cities around Egypt, Karnak Temple is a well-deserved temple city! Until the Ptolemy dynasty, more than 50 pharaohs were added to this, and the longest expansion in history lasted for nearly 1600 years.
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The Karnak Temple is part of Egypt's largest temple complex, the ancient Egyptian capital of Thebes. Here is the eternal residence of the sun god Amon, and the birthplace of the king of the kingdom and the new kingdom. Back in ancient Egypt, the water level of the Nile was full, and the main mode of transportation to get there was by boat. Imagine the tall and straight obelisk, the magnificent temple of the thousand pillars, and the majestic statue of Ramses. What kind of scene will still be the reflection of the gorgeous and unusual architectural reflections, which is what Gods residence is.