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You can either take a taxi or go on a tour to this site (best to go on a tour to see also Abydos Temple). Entry fee is only LE40. There has been some restoration work done on the ceiling to bring back the artwork...More
The Temple of the goddess Hathor at Dendera is one of the highlights of a trip to Egypt - it is one of the very best preserved temples in the Ancient Egyptian style, though actually nearly all of what one can see was constructed under...More
40 le for entrance and 20 le for photography tripod allowed
Simply the best- if you want to be left alone to explore the spacious compound of this ancient temple then this is it. I ca't say that it is not popular with tourists but...More
Visited on our way back from Luxor to the Red Sea.
Having seen quite a few of Luxor's sights, I think this is better.
Alot of work is being done to remove the soot and grime from past fires from the walls and ceilings and...More
Visited this temple yesterday ,after going to Abydos first, this place is amazing and well worth the visit.
I would recommend anyone who goes near Luxor, to stop off in qena and visit ,historical and peaceful.
Amazing temple with magic atmosphere.... The trip to Dendera temple was great. Again we went and used Happy Egypt Travel service as we did in the past. We enjoyed the coach with a decent driver Mr. Abdul and professional and respectful tour guide Mr. Ahmed....More
The temple of Khat Khor ,dedicated to the goddess of love Hathor is one place you should not miss, walking down the long pathway/avenue to the temple gives you the impression that this place was of some reverence when it was built,still gives a great...More
We were on a cruise on the nile Near luxor and this temple was a mentioned but no real detail, they had told us that we were going to a factory so they could flog us things but the temple came as a total surprise...More