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This ancient complex is dominated by the massive memorial temple of Ramses III, similar to the mortuary temple of Ramses II at Ramesseum.
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  • Average2%
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Thebes, Luxor, Egypt
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

What a beautiful temple. Nile Holidays took great care to show us the hidden gems of this temple and to answer all our questions. They are a top notch group. Visit Egypt and let Nile Holidays show you this amazing site.

Thank TraciMartens
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After leaving our incredible tour of The Valley of the Kings and quick photo stop at Hatshepsut, we were very pleased to tour Medinat Habu. We were one of the first tour buses to arrive and had the temple to ourselves! Complex is quite extensive,...More

1  Thank jaybeeFL
Reviewed 21 May 2017

This smaller temple was quite a surprise and is definitely one I will be revisiting. How the colours have survived is mind blowing. This temple is one where you can go up onto the roof, you should definitely add this to your excursion list

Thank Yvonne P
Reviewed 18 May 2017

There are many temples along the Nile. All have unique points of interest, and this is yet another. The depth of the carving at this temple is suprising

Thank Merlin_Ruthin
Reviewed 18 May 2017

The notion of a "Necropolis" is a bit hard to envisage but here it is on the grand scale. There were over 60 burial sites identified not all open, Your entry ticket gets you into any 3 of those open with Tutankhamun an extra fee...More

Thank ANGReview
Reviewed 18 May 2017

this formidable temple/palace is more or less on the way to the Valley of the Kings...only very few tourists make the stop or do even know about it whereas it is of equal beauty and importance of of the major sites....a MUST. It combines three...More

Thank 989max
Reviewed 6 May 2017

In its way Habu Temple is just as spectacular as Karnak, Luxor, Hatshepsut or the Valley of the Kings. The big advantage: it is not included in the mass tourism bus tours and you can finally enjoy a magnificent archaeological site without the big tour...More

Thank Parosite
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This temple is fantastic there is so much to see the front of the temple is very well preserved but as you travel in further not preserved so well but still fantastic to see look up at the ceilings and see the great decoration still...More

Thank pharoah48
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Not as well known as some of the other big sites in Egypt, but this temple is definitely worth a visit.

Thank ThomasMeuleman
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Beautiful. You feel as you keep entering one world after the other and time stands still in each one of those worlds. probably one of the most peaceful places i have been to in Luxor

Thank SElSherbini
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