Religious Sites in Aswan and Lake Nasser

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Religious Sites in Aswan and Lake Nasser

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Al-Dakka
The Ptolemaic and Roman Temple of al-Dakka has been moved from...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Interior Lake Nasser Monuments
 
Al-Derr
The Temple of al-Derr was moved near the site of Amada in 1964...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Interior Lake Nasser Monuments
 
Amada
The main part of the Temple of Amada, dedicated to Amun-Ra and...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Interior Lake Nasser Monuments
 
Elephantine Island
Sources attribute the name Elephantine Island to three possibilities:...
Museums / Galleries, Religious Sites, Islands The Islands in the Nile
 
Philae
The oldest physical evidence, from blocks found on-site, of the...
Religious Sites, Memorials / Monuments Philae: The Temple of Isis
 
Qasr Ibrim
This is a large site on what is now an island. Not too many years...
Religious Sites, Islands, Archaeological Sites Interior Lake Nasser Monuments
 
Saint Simeon's Monastery
This brooding mass dates from approximately the 7th century AD...
Religious Sites The West Bank
 
Temple of Haroeris and Sobek
Built between the 2nd century BC and 1st century AD, the temple...
Religious Sites, Memorials / Monuments Kom Ombo
 
Temples of Ramses II and Nefertari
Abu Simbel began as a small village of a few houses clustered...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Abu Simbel: the Temples of Ramses II and Nefertari
 
Wadi al-Sebua
Famous for being the site of two New Kingdom temples, the island's...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Interior Lake Nasser Monuments
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