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The Temple of Seti I is a mortuary temple which construction begun during his reign but was finished by his son Ramesses the Great. The temple has the shape of an L. The facade has ten columns while, perhaps the most interesting part of the temple is the sanctuary area that is a sort of a triple shrine of the Theban Triad.
Philae island is located on the Nile. Many valuable monuments from different periods are located here. One of the oldest and perhaps most famous is the Temple of Isis, the patron of nature and magic.
Address:Mar Giurguis Street
This beautiful museum was opened by Marcus Simaika Pasha in 1910. The Museum houses valuable collections of Coptic Christian artifacts. An excellent collection of Nubian art is exhibited in this museum after it was saved from floods in of Lake Nasser.
This is actually the first Egyptian Pyramid built around 2630 BC in the Saqqara necropolis. Imhotep built this pyramid for his pharaoh Djoser from the 3rd dynasty of Ancient Egypt.
The Pyramid consists of six mastabas and it was originally 62 m high. This Pyramid has an inside colonnade and a labyrinth of chambers and galleries.
Address:Chengdu Qingyang District,Qintai Road
A very peaceful park situated by the Jinjiang River at the west Chengdu downtown.The park is one of the most beautiful park in Chengdu with
- Thousand type of plants, Banboo,Lotus,Camellia
- A very pretty garden inside the park full of Bonsai
- Traditional Chinese wooden building(Pagoda,pavilion) by the lake and river
- Relaxing tea house
One of the seven wonders of the Middle Ages, a multi-level labyrinth, Kom el Shoqafa, features numeral chambers with pillars, religious symbols and sarcrophagi. The interior of the chambers is a beautiful combination of Egyptian, Roman and Greek culture.
Address:Mathaf al Romani Street
The Graeco-Roman Museum was built in 1892 and it had 11 galleries, but over the time, as the museum grew, extra galleries were added. Museum is home to many valuable collections, such as the coin collection that dates back to 3rd century BC.
The Pompey´s Pillar which was in fact erected to honor the emperor Dioclecian is the tallest ancient monument in Alexandria. Besides that, it is also the largest pillar constructed outside Rome and Constantinople, which were the two capitals of the Roman Empire. This column is built of red Aswan granite and almost 27 m high.
In 1967, due to construction works, the only Roman Amphitheater of this kind in Egypt, was discovered. It was built in the 2nd century AD. It is estimated that the theater with its 13 tires could receive 800 spectators. The theater includes galleries, sections of mosaic, marble seats, and columns, two of which are still standing by the theater.
The fascinating temple of Kom Ombo stands between Edfu and Aswan, on the bank of Nile. The temple was built on a high dune during the Ptolomeic era about 119 BC.