A must see place in Luxor, as far as I remember it is in West Bank. Big and beautiful, lot of colours every where . Big statues and nice grooves . So relaxing atmosphere specially in the early morning.
About Temple of Medinat Habu
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This is quite a big site with some lovely pillars and carvings. It was quite busy when we were there with groups of local school children. But plenty of space to see what you wanted. Each temple has something different to offer and this one...More
Habu temple is really beautiful with the sorrroundings, the mountains behind make this a magical place and really quite. Not much tourists what is great.
So glad I decided to include Medinet Habu on my already crowded Luxor day. Got hooked up with a lovely man who had worked onsite for 20 years, and was able to show me things I could never have read about. And no tourists! Basically...More
We hired a guide who took us to over 5 temples in the Luxor area. All unique and fascinating thanks to our guides great ability to describe its history and translate the meaning of the beautiful wall carving/drawings.
The Temple of Habu was one of the most magnificent that we experienced in the Luxor area. While the structure has similarities to the Temple of Karnak and Luxor Temple, the Habu Temple has very profound etchings covering nearly all of the stone walls and...More
Another gem on the West Bank. This temple is dedicated to Ramses III and dates to the 1300's BC and has a Hypostyle Hall with amazingly intricate and well preserved carvings- Definitely work an hour or more of time exploring
A lovely temple, this place is fantastic. It is a must when you come to Egypt take plenty of water as it does get very hot hear. You will not be disappointed. Check out the ceilings with the fine colours and carvings.