Tags : Historical Site
Ticket Prices : 80 EP for adults, 40 EP for students with student ID.
Timings : 6:00 AM -6:00 PM
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The Karnak temple complex, in Luxor, is an archaeological site that was built primarily between the 12th and 20th centuries. At its pinnacle, it was the largest and most significant religious complex in medieval Egypt. With four Pylons, The Great Hypostyle Hall and the Triumphal Inscription of Sheshonq I, The Temple of Ramses II and the Great Court, it will easily take 3-4 hours for tourists to fully explore the complex.
The Temple of Amun-Ra in the complex is one of the most prominent religious structures ever constructed in ancient Egypt. It remains relevant to date owing to the Karnak’s enormous size and the numerous intricate architectural, artistic, and literary features that make it a must-visit in Egypt.
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