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The key feature of this tomb, which was originally built for Ramses V and expanded by Ramses VI during the 20th Dynasty, is its vaulted astronomical ceiling with a double image of the Goddess Nut swallowing the sun.
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The tomb for Ramses V and VI is in a very good shape and deserves the visit. You'll be able to see the perfect details of painting over wall sculptures, what almost vanished in Egypt. Also, there are 2 coffins in place. Mummies are not...More
This is tomb KV9 in the Valley of the Kings, it is a long wide and high entrance tunnel filled with amazing reliefs and images. You won’t believe it’s the best part of 3,000 years old! When you come to the Valley of the Kings...More
Went inside this tomb alomg with a few others the colours and paintings are out of this world . Hard to believe that this was done hundreds of yrs b.c ago. The size of the tunnel the burial chamber everything is just amazing.
Fab art and the colours are still so vivid.
Take your time as there is plenty to see and don’t forget to look up.
You are not allowed to take photos in these tombs unless you pay in advance otherwise you can have your phone...More
The history and stories behind each of the kings is just fascinating. Seeing this tomb first hand almost doesn’t seem real. When you’ve seen documentaries on these and then get to see them in person, it’s really amazing