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Luxor City is located on the East bank of the Nile, and here nearly
all hotels are found together with the temples at Karnak, beautiful
Luxor Museum and the Luxor temple in the middle of town.
On the West bank the Royal Valley of Kings and Queens, temples as
Hatshepsut terrace temple, Medinet Habu with its three temples
(Hatshepsut and ThotMoses III, Ramses III and two priestesses ruling
Luxor in later period). Close to Hatshepsut's temple the remains and
displays from the Middle Kingdom temple of Mentohotep. More temples
as Ramses II temple (Ramesseum) and Seti I temple are also found.
Do not forget the truly unique and beautiful tombs of the Nobles and
in the Artist Village. Here you see scenes from work, home and
parties, and get very close to these people who lived here 3500
Yes, do stop by the Memnon Colossus - famous among tourists here
from the Roman Empire and up until today. In fact they are the two
entrance statues that stood in front of AmenHotep III temple. Each
of these statues of the sitting AmenHotep III is still around 20
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