Archaeological Sites in The Nile Valley and Luxor

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Archaeological Sites in The Nile Valley and Luxor

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
al-Ashmunayn (Hermopolis)
The site features a late-Roman basilica, the only...
Archaeological Sites Al-Ashmunayn (Hermopolis)
 
al-Kab
Al-Kab, on the East Bank of the Nile, is the...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites, Memorials / Monuments al-Kab
 
Deir al-Medina
Between the Valleys of the Nobles and the...
Archaeological Sites The Theban Necropolis
 
Tell al-Amarna
Little remains of the magnificent town of...
Archaeological Sites Tel el Amarna
 
Temple of Hathor
Hathor of Dendera was the goddess of love,...
Archaeological Sites Dendera
 
Temple of Horus
The Temple of Horus is mainly from the Ptolemaic...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites, Memorials / Monuments Edfu
 
Temple of Ramses II
Some 300 yards northwest of the Seti I temple...
Archaeological Sites Abydos
 
Temple of Seti I
This low-lying temple (1306–1290 BC), modestly...
Archaeological Sites Abydos
 
Tuna al-Gebel
Tuna al-Gebel was the necropolis of...
Archaeological Sites Tuna al-Gebel
 
Valley of the Kings
While there's no experience quite like...
Archaeological Sites, Cemeteries, Memorials / Monuments The Theban Necropolis
 
Valley of the Queens
The Valley of the Queens was also known as Ta Set...
Archaeological Sites, Cemeteries, Memorials / Monuments The Theban Necropolis
 
Valleys of the Nobles
The Valleys of the Nobles are divided into...
Archaeological Sites, Cemeteries, Memorials / Monuments The Theban Necropolis

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