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This is a great temple to visit in the evening, you can watch the sunset and then walk through the columns as they light up when it's dark. It's located near many of the shops and markets in town and very close to the Nile....More
The Luxor Temple Complex is certainly a highlight of any trip to Luxor, Egypt. Although, not as large as the Karnak Temple Complex, it is still quite impressive. One can only imagine what it must have been like 3000 years ago when both temples were...More
This large, ancient Egypt temple is located on the east bank of the Nile River. During the Roman era, the temple was a fortress and home of the Roman government in the area. Check out the two obelisks - the smaller one closer to the...More
It's amusing to me there are even "reviews" of the ancient sites. I guess thats just me. To me I was blown away by all of them. Really hard for me to rank them. I guess the one tip I would add about this site...More
We wanted a change from viewing temples. tombs during the soaring heat so went here at night.
The lightning and quietness gave a peaceful air to the visit.
Seemed much smaller than Karnak temple, but still some amazing sights made a little more spectacular with...More
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Both are pretty close and easily be covered in a single day. But from my point of view, Karnak is way more impressive. Not only bcoz it's sheer size, but also because of the generation of art and culture depicted in its... More
Both are pretty close and easily be covered in a single day. But from my point of view, Karnak is way more impressive. Not only bcoz it's sheer size, but also because of the generation of art and culture depicted in its walls. Egypt trip is incomplete without visiting Karnak.
On the other hand, Luxor Temple is smaller than Karnak. But it's definitely large enough to mesmerize. Better visit it after dawn. The light show at Luxor Temple is overwhelming. Because of its easy accessibility, it can better be visited at evening.