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The Temple of Hathor is one of the best-preserved temples in Upper Egypt. Located 60 kms upstream from Luxor, the temple dates from the Ptolemaic and Roman times but it was a site for chapels and shrines from earlier times.
As you approach the temple...More
An hour north of Luxor, take a drive through the country side, stop for some for sugar cane juice. Once at the temple see sites from the later stages of Acient Egyptian civilization with Roman influences. This temple has a secret undground as well you...More
You can feel yourself in antique période. Most part of Temple and hieroglyphics are still standing against passing 4500 years.lt is easy to walk around with children.lf you give some money to guardians there ,you can visit also closed and secret parts.
While not as old as Karnak or Luxor, this is incredibly well preserved with beautiful colors. It will has a roof, so the sun is not so bad. Also, this place was not crowded. At one point, we were the only people in the Temple....More
Another temple off the beaten path but totally worth the visit. We visited Dendara as part of a whole day tour along with the Temple at Abydos (we booked through Aladin Tours: please see review for details). The entry fee was one of the cheapest...More
Most people who take a Nile cruise to see the temples of ancient Egypt will only see those between Luxor and Aswan. However, about 1.5 hours north of Luxor is the beautiful temple of Hathor at Dendera. The drive along the Nile road to get...More
After our visit to Seti's Temple in Abydos and lunch on our spacious vehicle, we set off for Dendera to visit the Temple of Hathor. Dendera is some 80 kilometres from Luxor, but probably not in the same direction as Abydos. It took us a...More