Luxor

LuxorLuxor is a city of Upper Egypt, 700Km south of Cairo.
Thebes is the Greek name of the Luxor.
Luxor was the capital of Pharaonic Egypt during the new empire.
Luxor has frequently been characterized as the “world’s greatest open air museum”, as the ruins of the temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile, lie the monuments, temples and tombs on the West Bank Necropolis, which include the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. Thousands of tourists from all around the world arrive annually to visit these monuments, contributing a large part towards the economy for the modern city.
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Karnak temple

Karnak temple
Is the larges complex On the east bank of the Nile, it was dedicated to god Amun ra, the construction of temples started in the middle kingdom and continued through The Ptolemaic times.
(Entrance ticket 80 EGP)

Luxor temples

Luxor temples
On the east bank of the Nile, it was dedicated to god Amun ra, the construction of the temple was between the 14th and 13th century BC.
(Entrance ticket 60 EGP)

The Mummification Museum

The Mummification Museum
North of Luxor Temple, on the Cornish, overlooking the River Nile.
An explanation of the ancient art of mummification

Luxor Museum

Luxor museum
a collection of objects were found in Luxor.
The objects are well represented, it was inaugurated in 1975

The valley of the queens

The valley of the queens
queens, princes and princesses were buried there, 14th 13th BC.
(Entrance ticket 50 EGP)

The valley of the kings

The valley of the kings
63 tombs discovered, from the 16th to the 11th century BC. Famous for the discovery of the tomb of Tut Ankh Amun. (Entrance ticket 100EGP + 4EGP “small train”)

The valley of the nobles

The valley of the nobles
Tomb of RA mosa the mayor of Thebes during the end of the reign of king Amenophis3 and his son Akhenaton is one of the most famous Tombs, 14th century BC.
(Entrance ticket 40 EGP)

The valley of the artisans (Deir el medina)

The valley of the artisans (Deir el medina)
An ancient Egyptian village which was home to the artisans who worked in the valley of the kings during the 14th century to the 11th century BC, two tombs to visit and a Ptolemaic temple.
(Entrance ticket 40 EGP)

Mortuary temple of queen Hatshepsut (Deir el bahary)

Mortuary temple of queen Hatshepsut (Deir el bahary)
Three colonnade terraces with two ramps, 14th century BC.
(Entrance ticket 50EGP + 2EGP “small train”)

Mortuary temple of king RamsessIII (Medinet Habou)

Mortuary temple of king RamsessIII (Medinet Habou)
Well preserved walls, deep hieroglyphic inscriptions, 13th BC.
(Entrance ticket 40 EGP)

Mortuary temple of king RamsessII (Ramesseum)

Mortuary temple of king RamsessII (Ramesseum)
A few ruins left, 13th century BC.
(Entrance ticket 40 EGP)