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Luxor is the world’s largest open air Museum, evry ench has something to see it’s divided by the Nile River into 2 parts we call them east & West bank .
Our tour include visiting the following sights with your Egyptologist :
Karnak TempleIt is the largest man-made temple complex, achieved by many generations of ancient Egyptian builders. Karnak temple consists of smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples located about three kilometers north of Luxor. Karnak is actually the site’s modern name. it was called during the anchient egyptian time Ipet-isut, meaning “The Most sacred of Places”. The three main temples of Mut, Montu and Amun are enclosed by enormous brick walls. The Open Air Museum is located to the north of the first courtyard, across from the Sacred Lake. Actually, there are a number of smaller temples and chapels spread about Karnak, such as the Temple of Osiris Hek-Djet, which is actually inside the enclosure wall of the Temple of Amun.
Then continue to Luxor temple Luxor Temple which is parallel to the riverbank. King Amenhotep III built this beautiful temple and dedicated it to Amon-Re, king of the gods, his consort Mut, and their son Khons. Obelisk of Rameses II This temple has been in almost continuous use as a place of worship right up to the present day. It was completed by Tutankhamun and Horemheb and added to by Rameses II. Towards the rear is a granite shrine dedicated to Alexander the Great. During the Christian era the temple’s hypostyle hall was converted into a Christian church, and the remains of another Coptic church can be seen to the west. Then for thousands of years, the temple was buried beneath the streets and houses of the town of Luxor. tour ends here, onward Hotel drop-off by Our driver.