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Avenue of Sphinxes

The Avenue of Sphinxes was the site of ceremonial processions and originally connected the temples of Luxor and Karnak, although it is considerably more recent than either of those sites, dating to around 380 BC. It stretched some 1.5 miles (2.7 ... 

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Karnak Temple

December 2009

Adrian W
United Kingdom

Entrance to Karnak temple

the name of Ramses II on one of the pillars

March 2014

he continued the building projects after his father Seti I died.

the entrance of the temple

March 2014

the entrance of the temple is lined with rams on either side. supposedly this ram road connected Karnak temple to Luxor temple 3 km away.

miniature of the temple complex

March 2014

my amazing tour guide explained some basic things first using this miniature replica of the temple site and them showed me the stuff one by one. he was very patient and let me take my time examining the temple.

Full Moon at Karnak

August 2010

There was a full moon hanging over Karnak that added to the visit. Photo by Jack Kennedy, WIse, VA., USA.

Entry to Karnak

August 2010

Entry to Karnak Temple by night.

Inside Karnak

August 2010

This image captures a full moon next to an obolisk inside Karnak in July 2010. Photo by Jack Kennedy, Wise, Va., USA.

Karnak temple

May 2010

During sound and light show

Karnat at night

May 2010

Picture taken during the show

Palm trees at Karnat

May 2010

Picture taken during the show

Karnak Temple

December 2009

Adrian W
United Kingdom

Inside Karnak Temple

The East Bank Temples

October 2008

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Anonymous

Awe-inspiring statues are a dime a dozen.

The Avenue of Sphinx

October 2008

Anonymous

Anonymous

The ever present booming voice does not become annoying.

Karnak Sound and Light Show: spooky enough for you?

October 2008

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Anonymous

Karnak Sound and Light Show, Luxor: Pretty cool lighting effects

Luxor & Karnak Temple Tour

May 2008

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King Tut's contribution to Karnak Temple

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