Thursday, March 14, 2019

Landmarks of the Western Land in Luxor

Landmarks of the Western Land in Luxor
نتيجة بحث الصور عن مدينة الاقصر مدينة الشمس
The Western Bank of the Nile in Luxor is a huge archaeological area that includes the city of Habu or Habbou. It is located in Qurna. It also has many important monuments and many monuments. The most famous is the funerary temple of Ramses III. The Queens and the Temple of Hatshepsut.

Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings is located on the west bank of the Nile, a place for the construction of the tombs of Egypt's Pharaohs for more than five hundred years, and includes many royal tombs filled with magnificent Pharaonic decorations and inscriptions. Some 63 royal tombs have been discovered so far in the valley, but the most famous of them is the tomb of Tutankhamun, where it was kept away from the hands of thieves and was discovered in all its contents.

Valley of the Queens

Valley of the Queens, is the southern tip of the Tiba cemetery in Upper Egypt, carved with the tombs of the queens and some of the princes of the modern state. The most beautiful is the tomb of Queen Nefertari, the wife of King Ramses II, the tomb of Sath Ra, the mother of King City I, and the tomb of Hor Khashuf. They are all tombs with very creative graphics and color beauty. The Valley used the cowardly days of the family 17 and the family 19.

Monastery of the Sea

The temple of Hatshepsut, built by Queen Hatshepsut on the west bank, in the belief that it will be of help in the Hereafter. The temple consists of three stands. The temple was associated with the worship of the goddess Hathor, and was chosen by King Montohotep II to pay homage to his funerary temple.

During the 18 th Dynasty, Queen Hatshepsut built its funerary temple there. Other monuments near the site included the Tomb of Montomahat, who was the minister and governor of the south during the 25th and the 26th centuries.

Temple of Ramessium

It is one of the funerary temples that were built for the dead kings. It was built by Ramesses II, whose temple contains many statues, as well as many inscriptions and decorations that tell us the nature of life in that period. The pictures and inscriptions that adorn the wall of the temple record the events of the famous battle of Kadesh in which King Ramesses the Second defeated the Hittites and how he planned the war.

Temple of the city of Hapu

The temple of the city of Hapua is the most impressive temples in the west of Tiba. It was built at the beginning of the reign of Ramses III of the kings of the family 20 as a memorial temple due to the family of 18 and another to the family 25. The construction was supervised by the treasurer of the temple of Amun Amun Mas.

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