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- a city in central Egypt on the east bank of the Nile that is a center for visitors to the ruins of and around Thebes
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- A city in eastern Egypt, on the eastern bank of the Nile River; pop. 142,000. The site of ancient Thebes, it contains the ruins of a temple built by Amenhotep III and of monuments erected by Ramses II
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Luxor Temple / Upper Egypt
Ramesses II / 19th Dynasty (1304-1237 B.C.)
The viceroy of Egypt, Mehemet Ali, offered the other 3,300-year-old Luxor Obelisk to
France in 1831.
The south end of the Temple of Luxor was an addition constructed by
Ramesses II during the XIX dynasty.
Luxor temple in the sand
Only a hundred years ago the Luxor temple was hidden beneath the desert sand, which goes a long way to explain why a mosque was built literarily on top of it!
Today, like Karnak and other ancient temples, it's being restored.
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