This place is great full of ancient views u will enjoy it but u need to be in love with old cultures as the place is sunny and very hot watch out from the cafeteria prices as it is very high
About Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari
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There are interesting stories associated with the temple like with all temples in Egypt. You can, however, skip this if you are pressed for time and instead spend more time at the Valley of the kings or the Karnac and Luxor temples.
there is so much to see and enjoy, wear comfortable shoes, bring water, wer sunblock, we had a guide. Mr. Abdalla Mohamed from Blue Sky Tours to give us a tour in time, wonderful history and took good care of us. Thank you Mr. Mohamed.
This one was totally unexpected! We rounded a corner on the road and had one of those OMG moments. It has to be said that the temple as it is now was rebuilt 100 years ago, but this is because it was destroyed by the...More
Hatshepsut was actually one of the more interesting characters in ancient Egypt. i wont spoil it for you so you can read it up on Google. But this is the temple where she was laid to rest. Once you pass the main gate, a small...More
The work that has been done here by the Polish archaeologists over the last 40 years has resulted in a Temple which yet again in this country you would describe breathtaking. There is still much to be explored here and its proximity to the Valley...More
Once inside the temple you realize that from a distance it seems more interesting and powerful. But there is a stunning view from there to the city
Built by Hatshepsut - the only woman pharaoh to rule Egypt (1473-1458 BCE) – the Hatshepsut temple is actually an ancient funerary shrine in the upper part of Egypt. Though the earlier mortuary Temple of Mentuhotep II located close by is considered to be an...More
This is a beautiful historic famous place worth visiting. Unfortenately you have to endure a lot of hussling before even reachting the Temple. This hussling takes away a big part of your enthusiasme and the magic to even start the visit. THe Temple itself is...More
I visited this and the paintings on the temple are absolutely beautiful. The colours are just as if they were done a few days ago. So intense and so amazing for the years that have passed since they were done. The artists were exceptionally good...More