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Temple of Amun

Temple of Karnak complex, Luxor, Egypt
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A major part of the Temple of Karnak complex is occupied by the Temple of Amun, built during the 18th Dynasty (1554-1305 BC).
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Reviewed 19 November 2017

The Temple of Amun was definitely one of the most magnificent Egyptian accomplishments we experienced during our stay in Luxor. Located within the Temple of Karnak area, it is a very dynamic architectural wonder. Definitely a must see attraction while in Luxor.

Thank Dao1949
Reviewed 18 September 2017

The Temple of Amun reveres him, his wife, & his son if I remember correctly. It is nearby the larger Karnak complex. It is also close to the Nile.

Thank chadwickem2016
Reviewed 16 May 2017

You can ignore the sellers and walk. Lots of hassle if you want to buy one thing for a family, better to just walk and know what you want!

Thank kart718
Reviewed 14 May 2017

One of the great ancient monuments of Egypt and the world.This is really one not to miss. Be lost in wonder and how they created this giant structure 3000+ years ago

Thank Martin_Christopher
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Having a great tour guide is for sure a plus!!! one of the places that is so mesmerizing and breath taking!!

Thank mbashari
Reviewed 3 March 2017

When visiting this temple, bring along a photocopied map from a tourist guidebook to help orient yourself even if you visit with a guide. The map will show a layout of this temple with its many sections and note the important features which you can...More

Thank retireeVancouver
Reviewed 9 February 2017

The temple is on two axes West to East as you come in, and North to South with the Open Air Museum to the North and the Khonsu temple on the south.The hypostyle hall makes you feel like an ant.

Thank paneb
Reviewed 2 February 2017

God AMUN along with Sun God RA that makes into AMUN RA is the most powerful deity in the ancient Egypt who was also worshipped in Greece as Zeus the most powerful God ( the planet Jupiter who in the current day is worshipped for...More

Thank Bandi P
Reviewed 22 November 2016

Goodness me this is majestic and reflective of the power of Amun. What a place it would have been. We are lucky to access what would have been restricted space to some powerful priests linked to Pharaoh. Explore and check out the glyphs. They tell...More

Thank jamiepolich1
Reviewed 6 November 2016

Karnak temple complex covers a large area and has many shrines, sanctuaries and temples in it. The principal deity of karnak was Amun and the temple of Amun was the centre of Karnak temple. Todays its in ruins like the most other shrines in Karnak...More

Thank K_Yogi
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