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"Private Tour: Luxor West Bank
"Crossing the Nile River to the West Bank you'll visit the necropolis of the ancient city of Thebes. Arriving at the Valley of the Kings burial place of the kings of Thebes (ancient Luxor) you will have a brief stop at the visitors center. Guides are not permitted inside the tombs but your guide will tell you what to look for inside the elaborately decorated rooms. If you wish to visit the tomb of King Tutankhamun an additional cost is payable direct.Leaving the hot sands of the Valley of the Kings
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Discover Luxor: Half Day Tour to Valley of The Kings Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and The Memnon Colossal Statues
"The Valley of the Kings: the magnificence of the grandeur of architecture which was used for burial. There are many kings buried in this valley. The most known tomb is King Tut-Ankh-Amon tomb. The Valley of the Kings is one of the most popular tourist si and people flock here in huge numbers. The Temple of Hatshepsut: one of the most striking monuments in Egypt. Queen Hatshepsut was the famous female ruler of Egypt. She posed as a male to gain the throne. The most unique scenes on the walls of the te which mark the remains of the funerary temple of Amenhotep III.""""Half-day tour to see the necropolis of ancient Thebes. Visit The Valley of the Kings last resting-place of the ancient Pharaohs the temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the Memnon colossal statues. Also
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Tour to the Valley of the Kings and Queens with Late Lunch
"At 12:00pm you will be picked up by an expert tour guide from your hotel in Luxor and start your tour to visit the Valley of the Kings The most famous site in Luxor. The Valley was the burial palace of the pharaohs of the New Kingdom (1550 – 1070 BC) you will see 3 tombs of the most famous Pharaohs ruled Egypt from Luxor Like The tomb of Ramses IV Merenptah ""son of Ramses II"" Tomb Thutmose III the founder of the ancient Egyptian Empire tomb
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Valley of the Kings

This is the pharaoh's were buried in hopes they would return to their Gods in the afterlife. King Tutankhamen tomb was found here in the 1920's almost untouched. We had gone early in the morning...
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Jun 24, 2016

Valley of the Kings

This place is also well and truly on any visitors list when coming to Luxor. An enormous place full of various different sized tombs. Your entrance ticket grants you access to 3 and if you purchase...
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Nov 20, 2014

Hidden Tresors

In the west bank of the river (following religious believes, tombs were allways built in the west bank) a common arid valley between two hills is being dug meter by meter, because it was the location...
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May 13, 2014

Religious images at Medinat Habu

Like all temples and monuments in Ancient Egypt, the walls are decorated with representations of the gods, usually taking part in the cermonies at the death of the pharaoh, or being offered gifts by...
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Nov 26, 2012

Valley of the Kings (VOK)

I was stupid not to figure out at first what's VOK or Q means, like seriously it inhabits me for 5 minutes.The valley necropolis was the burying grounds of the Pharaohs for 500 years during the period...
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Jun 19, 2011

Royal Tombs 1

In this necropolis, you can visit 3 royal tombs of your choice for the price of 1 (55 L.E.) and admire coloured reliefs and paintings on their walls and ceilings.The picture's showing the entrances to...
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Apr 04, 2011


Tourists are beginning to fly agin in Egypt, but it is still fairly quiet compared to normal.We would advise anyone visit Mediat Habu on the West Bank. We had arranged our trips, with...
Mar 11, 2011

The Vally of the Kings

The vally of the kings is situated in the West Bank area of Luxor. It the place, where thr Royals were buried.Please do not take your camera inside as it is not allowed. The place is well guarded, if...
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Dec 02, 2010

AL Karnak Temple

The Karnak Temple Complex—usually called Karnak—comprises a vast conglomeration of ruined temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings, notably the Great Temple of Amen and a massive structure begun...
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Nov 07, 2010

Mole's eye view

At the entrance to the Valley of the Kings there is a visitors centre where you can watch a short film of Howard Carter going about the business of digging and also see a very interesting model of...
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Nov 03, 2010

The Valley of the Kings in "Style"! Donkey Style!

While many tour groups travel to the site by (air conditioned) buses, our tour (GAP adventures) arranged for us to go by donkeys instead. Being a wannabe adventurer (who really can't live without...
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Jul 09, 2010

Our Theban Highlight: Rameses VI tomb

Your entrance ticket to the Valley of the Kings entitles each person to enter 3 tombs on any one day. You have to pay extra if you want to visit the tomb of Tutankhamun or Rameses VI. We chose the...
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May 23, 2010
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"Two-Thirds of Egypt's Ruins are Here"
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Luxor Temple

The architecture is like a majority of the sites, beautiful beyond words. There's a church built above part of the temple. This was when the Nile River was higher and the site was considerably...
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Karnak Temple

Along with the Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings, this place is a real stunner. The architecture and the man made lake with clay pipes still being used is a marvel in engineering and...
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Temple of Hatshepsut

Located beneath massive cliffs near the west bank of the Nile, the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, also known as Deir el Bahri, is dedicated to Amon-Ra, the sun god. Hatshepsut, meaning 'foremost of...
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Deir el Medina

The workers that built the great tombs of the Pharaohs lived in a village not far from the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. Many tombs have been discovered here. The workers tombs at Deir...
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Colossi of Memnon

These two statues once stood at the entrance gate of the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, though very little of the temple behind them remains today. They were carved from two massive granite blocks,...
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The Souks or Market

the sights, the sounds, the smell, the haggling among buyers and'll be right in the front row seat watching all these happenings when you get to the inner portion of the market. go...go...
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