This is not the biggest or the best preserved ruined temple you'll see in Egypt, but it's still a very rewarding place to visit. It's Ptolemaic in era, but unusual in that it is dedicated to two gods rather than one. The whole place is totally symmetrical. It also has a "secret" corridor where the priests could both hear what the penitents were asking of the gods, as well as (possibly) supplying the voice of the god's "answer".
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