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I arranged an early morning taxi ride from Luxor at about 8 am and arrived into Denderah at about 10 am.The taxi ride was at high speed at most times and not for the faint-hearted.
The bustling city of Qena did not show any signs...More
This is an extremely beautiful temple, you will never regret visiting it.
Seeing the natural colors of the temple and how the ancient Egyptians built it will amaze you.
This is the ONLY temple built into 2 floors, all other temples are just 1 floor....More
I went to the temple of Hathor at Dendera after having seen most of the temples in and around Luxor. I arrived to Dendera early in the morning, and was the first there ( with my Guide Ahmed Hassan).... And I was left speechless because...More
The Temple of the goddess Hathor at Dendera is one of the highlights of a trip to Egypt - it is one of the very best preserved temples in the Ancient Egyptian style, though actually nearly all of what one can see was constructed under...More
This was a dream come true for me but it had some nightmarish aspects. First, let me explain the pitfalls. We hadn't used a tour guide service, but instead simply hired a driver for the 3-hour trip round trip from Luxor. This caused a lot...More
an observation: many times the spelling of temples, cities, etc. can be found in multiple versions. this is another one. Our ticket reads: Dandara Temple. Admission - 40 L.E.
it's the temple of Hathor (4th C - 1st C AD), Dendera was the goddess of...More
The temple was full of reliefs and paintings of the goddess hathor. The temple was in wonderful condition and had many fantastic pillars and reliefs, as well as wonderful ceiling paintings of the goddess mut, and the cycle of the day and zodiac symbols. The...More
Dendera Temple was a 1 1/2 hour drive north from Luxor on a good 2 lane highway that took us through small agricultural villages where we saw the harvest of sugar cane taking place. Dendera Temple is well known not only for its excellent reliefs,...More