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Medinet Habu

A mortuary temple dedicated to Ramesses III. A must see – especially for its extensive wall inscriptions covering area of unbelievable 7,000 m2.

Al Mahamed Bahri Al Okser, Luxor, Qena, Egypt

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Attractions near to Medinet Habu

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    This archaeological site encompasses large number of tombs including the famous Tomb of Tutankhamun with its head revealed.

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    See two stone statues depicting Pharaoh Amenhotep III. Originally, they guarded the entrance to the temple where he was buried.

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    This archaeological site contains more than 450 tombs of ancient Egyptian elite. Its walls are covered with beautiful inscriptions and depictions of daily life.

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