Very big temple but nothing much to see inside. Most of the area were closed. You have to take train from the ticket area to the temple. Entrance ticket 50le for foreigner. Student half price
About Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari
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I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the Temple and found the statues and wall scenes to be amazing. Very well preserved.
We had a guide who was able to tell us about the very interesting story behind this temple! The Pharoah Hatshepsut was my personal favourite story so it was a dream to visit this temple. The temple was destroyed in an earthquake I think in...More
Good to see and understand the ancient Egyptians and how they functioned as a society. The first task one does is to pronounce the name correctly. Took me a while. A lot of the temple has been destroyed but still the remaining is in good...More
The view of the temple beneath the cliff is stunning. The entry is 50LE and a train like cart takes you to the entrance of the temple from the main entrance, a little bit of walking is involved if you want to explore the temple....More
Another wonderful temple complex - I really enjoyed my visit here. The architecture is amazing and again shows the skills of the ancient Egyptians. An amazing culture.