Temple at Luxor -- Unlike most other Egyptian temples, its main entrance does not face the river and its most obvious axis is aligned towards the temples at Karnak on the royal axis rather than the divine one

Luxor, Egypt - Temple at Luxor -- Unlike most other Egyptian temples, its main entrance does not face the river and its most obvious axis is aligned towards the temples at Karnak on the royal axis rather than the divine one

Temple of Ramses III, Luxor, Egypt.I have always wanted to visit Egypt and still hope to do so one day.

*TEMPLE OF RAMSES III: Luxor, Egypt.Painted sunken relief carving adorns columns in the mortuary temple of Ramses III on the West bank of the Nile at Luxor.

The Great Court of Ramesses II (1279-1212 BC) Luxor temple

The Great Court of Ramesses II BC) Luxor temple *I picked this picture because the fact that 2 out of the 3 statues have a head and this caught my attention. Makes me wonder what happened*

The avenue of Sphinxes at Luxor Temple. These sphinxes combine the body of a lion with the head of Nectanebo I (380-363 BC). Luxor, Egypt

avenue of Sphinxes at Luxor Temple, sphinxes combine the body of a lion with the head of Nectanebo I BC) Egypt

Moonrise, Luxor Temple, Thebes, Egypt -- can you imagine being there without all the modern lights? Wow.

Moonrise, Luxor Temple, Thebes, Egypt -- can you imagine being there without all the modern lights?

Luxor Temple (Luxor, Egypt) Founded in 1400 BC, the Luxor Temple is a sandstone temple complex located in current-day Luxor (known as Thebes in ancient times). Five other large temples can be found in the area.

30 of the world’s most impressive ancient ruins

Colossal statues of Ramses II Dynasty) wearing the Pshent crown flank the entrance to Luxor Temple. The double crown symbolizes the two regions of upper and lower Egypt. By sdhaddow

red granite Obelisk - Luxor Temple - Egypt

This is one of two famous obelisks still standing at the entrance of the Luxor Temple. The other one is standing at the center of the Place de la Concorde in Paris, France

Obelisk of Ramesses II, Egyptian Luxor Temple (the temple was dedicated to Amun, the king of the gods)

Obelisk of Ramesses II, Egyptian Luxor Temple (the temple was dedicated to Amun, the king of the gods) - Luxor Egypt

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