Luxor Temple, Luxor

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    Statues of Amun and Mut -Luxor Temple

    by clairegeordio Written Dec 18, 2004

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    Amun and Mut, Luxor Temple

    These statues are found in the collonade of Amenophis III and are made of white limestone. They date back to the reign of Tutankhamun.

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    The Hypostyle Hall

    by Jeca011 Written Jun 13, 2004

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    The Hypostyle Hall

    The Hypostyle Hall is at the south side of the Courtyard of Amenophis III. It consists of four rows of eight columns with shafts shaped like bundles of papyri.

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    2.5 Miles of Ram Sphinxes

    by ATXtraveler Written May 23, 2004

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    Ram Sphinxes

    In between Luxor and Karnak temples, there are 2.5 miles of ram sphinxes... here is a picture of some of them right outside the Karnak Temple

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    Nightfall Luxor temple

    by Oana_bic Written Apr 16, 2004

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    There's something magic in the air, specially when nights fall there..
    Heres a picture with some Fine Arts students

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    Entrance in Luxor Temple

    by Prasnjavi Updated Apr 1, 2004

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    You have to pay 20 Egyptian Pounds (7 E.P. = 1 Euro) for entrance in the Luxor Temple. It includes visiting of the temple.

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    Court of Ramesses II

    by Prasnjavi Updated Apr 1, 2004

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    The colonnade of closed papyrus-bud columns, which originally lined the court on all four sides. Standing statues of Ramesses II punctuate most of the spaces between the columns.

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    LUXOR TEMPLE 1

    by trotador Written Dec 13, 2003

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    sphinxs

    As I said before, this temple is conected with the Karnak Temple by human-head sphinxs (3 kilometers).
    It is dedicated to Amon-re, king of gods.

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  • Luxor Temple

    by Mark_Harris Updated May 20, 2003

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    Luxor Temple

    Luxor Temple is best visited in the morning when the light is on the First Pylon, and again in the evening when it is floodlit.

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    Temple of Luxor

    by SumTingWong Written Mar 15, 2003

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    Temple of Luxor enterence

    This is another must see temple for Luxor. It is located near Karnak and is spectacular as well. Not as big, but impressive all the same. The huge Oblisk is here!

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    Luxor and his Sphinxes

    by dedeckerm. Written Oct 4, 2002
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    The street with Sphinxes leads to the Temple of Luxor and is about 2 kilometers south from the Temple of Karnak

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