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Luxor, which was once the capital of ancient Egypt, is known today as the largest open-air museum in the world. From Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings and spectacular sunset views in the majestic temple complexes of Karnak and Luxor to exciting and fun Nile cruises.

The Arabs called the city of Luxor this name. This is due to the large number of its palaces and temples at the time of the Islamic conquest of Egypt, and as the city of the hundred gates was called, the good, the city of light, the city of the sun, and the city of the scepter. Tourist areas attract tourists in Egypt, with the aim of getting acquainted with its Pharaonic civilization and spending the winter season in it, with an area of ​​2959.6 km, and away from the city of Cairo about 670 km, and its population in the year 2012 about 1,300,000 people, bordered on the east side by the Red Sea Governorate, and on the west New Valley Governorate, which contains the port of Safaga, and an international airport.

The city of Luxor alone contains two-thirds of the world's antiquities, and its most important monuments are: -

 Luxor temple:

 This temple was built for the purpose of worshiping the god Amun, built by the Pharaohs, and Ramses II built two statues so that they embody him while he was seated, bordered from the northeastern part by the Hajjaj Mosque.

Karnak Temples Complex:

It is a group of beautiful temples, established thousands of years ago, and the temples include statues that embody the god Amun, his wife and his son, and he is called Karnak, meaning the fort. Holy lake.

Tombs of the Valley of the Kings and Queens:

These tombs are dug deep into the rocks so that they are far from thefts, the most important of which are the tomb of Ramses III, the tomb of Tutankhamun, and the tomb of Seti I.

Memorial temples:

And it contains all of the Ramesseum Temple, the Haio Temple, and the Deir el-Bahari temple.

The new Corniche, the Tourist Market, the Tourist Information Center, the Egypt Public Library, the Culture Center, the Sky Knights Hall, the Women’s Civilization Center, the Nubian House, the International Youth Hostel, the Leaders Preparation Center, the New Gourna City, and other modern landmarks are Luxor.

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