Enjoying the tombs of the pharaohs in the west of Luxor

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Luxor is nicknamed the City of a Hundred Gates or the City of the Sun, which was formerly known as Thebes. It is the capital of Egypt in the Pharaonic era, and is located on the banks of the Nile River, which divides it into two halves, the eastern land and the western land. Luxor is said to contain about a third of the world's antiquities, and it also houses many ancient Pharaonic monuments divided into the city's eastern and western shores. The Temple of Deir el-Bahari, the Valley of the Queens, Deir el-Medina, the Ramesseum Temple, and the Colossi of Memnon. The founding of Thebes dates back to the Fourth Dynasty around 2575 BC, and until the Middle Kingdom, Thebes was nothing more than a group of simple neighboring huts, although it was used as a cemetery to bury the dead. Where it was the burial place of the rulers of the regions since the era of the Old Kingdom and beyond, then the city of Thebes later became the capital of Egypt during the era of the Eleventh Egyptian Dynasty at the hands of Pharaoh Mentuhotep I, who succeeded in uniting the homeland again.


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Luxor, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor Governorate, Egypt


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- Entrance Fees To Tourist Places

- Tour Guide

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- Your Smile


Visit a group of ancient Egyptian tombs. The tombs of the Valley of the Kings enjoy describing the afterlife and depicting the pharaohs for it

 

 

Then visit the tomb of the great king, the tomb of King Tutankhamun, which was discovered with all its treasures in 1922 by the British explorer Howard Carter .... the tombs of the nobles of ancient Egypt and see the most beautiful and also the daily colors in the era of the pharaohs written on the walls of the tombs of nobles and noble people in ancient Egypt.

 

Then head to the Valley of the Workers and enjoy the houses of tombs and temple workers during the era of the kings of ancient Egypt. There are many tales about the daily life of the workers of Pharaonic Egypt, the most famous of which is the labor strike during the reign of Ramses III, and this strike is considered the oldest strike in history.

 

Then have lunch in the most famous hotel in West Luxor, which is an eco-friendly hotel


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