Luxor is the greatest open air museum in all the world,it contains about 
75% of all the monuments of all the world, the number & the history of 
Luxor sites is unparalleled anywhere else in the world,The River Nile devides
Luxor city in two parts, Luxor East bank & Luxor West bank, the chracter of the two sites are 
completely different.
In Ancient Egypt, Eastern bank was used to build the houses, factories & the temples dedicated to the life
because Est was the simbol of life for Ancient Egyptian people, while the western site was used by Ancient Egypt
dedicated by Ancient Egyptian people for anything represent death such as tombs or funerary temples, but because Ancient
 Egyptian kings didnt want the workers or the engineers to be mixed & live with normal Egyptian to keep the different secrets
of tomb sites, they gave permission to the workers to have their own city on the western site of Luxor & of course their tombs.
The Eastern part of the River Nile, there are famous temples such as Karnak temple & Luxor temple.  

Worldtouradvice.com invite you to join our guided tours to discover Karnak temple in Luxor city, Karnak temple is not only one temple, it is a vast conglomerate of ruined & well reservedtemples, gates, open courts, chapls & other buildings

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Luxor Temple, Most of the existing establishments here were built in the era of the eighteenth dynasty. King "Amenhotep III" made  the Great Temple of Luxor. And stick to the old way that start edifice job, then follows an

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 Hatshepsut temple is located in  a spectacular natural amphitheatre of reddish rock, sacred to the godes Hathor, stand three temples that , when the sun is high in the sky and the glare is dazzling, blend into the background

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Medinet Habu Temple, this name was given to the Mortuary temple of Ramsses II
Medinet Habu archaeological area is located south of the cemetery Thebes, on the west bank of the River Nile, includes several important antiquities . 
The

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Ramesseum Temple, is the funerary temple built to Ramsses II, The Ramesseum temple in West Luxor was built by Ramsses II, It was his funerary temple, as kings of New kingdom used to be burried in their tombs in Luxor west

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Aby

For the Ancient Egyptians, Abydos was one of the holiest sites in the world. As the cult center of the god Osiris and gateway to the underworld,  This was a place that most Egyptians wished to visit once in

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Dendera is a small town in Egypt situated on the west bank of the Nile, about 5 kilometres south of Qena, on the opposite side of the river.
 It is located approximately 60 kilometres north of Luxor

The Temple of

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