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Main temples of Ancient Egypt

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[[es:Principales templos del Antiguo Egipto]]
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TEMPLE LOCATED IN ABIDOS[[Ancient Egypt|Egypt]] is dotted with numerous temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to their ancient gods and pharaohs. Below is a list of the main temples of [[Ancient Egypt]]: = Temples located at Abydos =* Temple of Osirisor Osireion.------------------------
* Temple of Ramses II
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* Temple of Seti I
TEMPLE LOCATED IN DENDERA = Temples located in Dendera (TENTIRISTentiris)=
* Mammisi Augusto
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* Temple of Hathor
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* Mammisi of Nectanebo
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* Temple of Isis
TEMPLE LOCATED IN TEBAS = Temples located in Memphis =* Temple Path = Temples located in Thebes (Karnak, Luxor)=* Shrine [[File:Louxor dromos & pylône.JPG|thumb|Luxor Temple]]The set of Luxor - Karnak temples forms one of the most impressive complex of [[Ancient Egypt]]. They are separated by about three kilometers and an avenue of sphinxes joined them.Thebes was the capital of Egypt in the heyday of the empire. The main temples were Luxor and Karnak.The Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak Temple is an architectural wonder. It is a huge forest of columns in which the visitor can "lose" and one of the images of [[Ancient Egypt]] most played.* MontSanctuary------------------------* Shrine Sanctuary of Ammon------------------------* Shrine Sanctuary of Mut------------------------
* Chapel of Thutmose III
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* Temple of Amenhotep III
------------------------* '''Temple of Hatshepsut''' This unique temple was dedicated to Hatshepsut, one of the women who came to the Egyptian throne. The pharaoh, daughter of Tuthmosis I, had a brilliant reign (1505 - 1484 BC)The temple is adjacent to but not in the Valley of the Kings, and is distributed in terraces that fit perfectly into the environment. From a distance you can see the sobriety of the columns and it is a milestone in Egyptian architecture for its beauty and uniqueness.
TEMPLE LOCATED IN ESNA= Temples located in Esna =
* Temple of Khnum
TEMPLE LOCATED IN EDFU= Temples located in Edfu =
* Temple of Horus
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* Mammisi Ptolemaic
TEMPLE LOCATED IN KOM OMBO= Temples located in Kom Ombo =* '''Temple of Sobek and Haroeris(Horus the Elder)''' The Temple of Kom Ombo is dedicated to [[Egyptian God Horus|Horus]] and [[Egyptian God Sobek| Sobek]], the crocodile god. On its walls we can admire Egyptian medicine instruments and their calendar, predecessor of our own. Is is a visit of the main circuits in [[Ancient Egypt|Egypt]] and [[Nile river|Nile]] cruises stop there. Access is on foot from the river pier.
TEMPLE LOCATED ON THE ISLAND OF FILE= Temple located on the island of Philae =
* Temple of Isis
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* Fields Trajan and Nectanebo
= Temples in Lower Nubia=
* Temple of Hathor at Abu Simbel
------------------------* '''Temple of Ramses II in at Abu Simbel''' The great temple dug into the rock was dismantled and reassembled to be saved from the waters of Lake Nasser that was created with the construction of the Aswan Dam. It was an example of collaboration between nations to preserve this wonder of the [[Ancient Egypt]]. It is located about 300 km south of Aswan, now in Nubian territory and was built to give more glory to Ramses II the Great, who is deified and sitting next to [[Egyptian God Ptah|Ptah]], [[Egyptian God Amon|Amon]] and [[Egyptian God Ra|Ra]]. The current border between Egypt and Sudan is a few meters from the temple.
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