Dotted about modern Egypt’s landscape are many ancient temples from the Mediterranean coast to the southern border with Sudan, most located in the Nile Valley and scattered elsewhere. Among these, one of the most important temples may also be counted: Dendera and the temple of Hathor, which provides examples of a wide variety of Gorgeous Graeco-Roman temple features.
Customers like to visit one of Egypt’s best-preserved temples and see a plaster copy of the famous ‘Dendera Zodiac’ containing Taurus and Libra’s images.
Geoota Travel's professional and friendly tour guide will meet you at your hotel.
Drive almost 01 hours to Dendera, located about 60 kilometers north of Luxor on the west bank of the Nile River, directly opposite the modern provincial town of Qena.
Visit the Temple of Dendera in Qena and walk by several Roman kiosks, pass through Domitian and Trajan's colossal gateway, surrounded by a massive mud-brick enclosure Tiberius' cavernous hypostyle hall.
Dendera Temple with its lovely Hathor-headed columns, wall drawings of Cleopatra, and a copy of the Zodiac on one of the chapels (the original is in the Louvre) is something unbelievable.
Finally, the bus will be waiting to drop your return at your hotel in Luxor.
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