Nubia

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Time Travel

Abu Simbel Temple : Temples of Abu Simbel belong to Ramses the Great (1292-1186 BC) which was created in 1200 BC to immortalize his great legacy and especially his victories like the battle of Kadesh plus honor the great god Amun. Next to it is the second temple belonging to his beloved wife Nefertari which honors the Goddess Hathor. Philae Temple : Philea Temple is the last temple of its kind to be built in Egypt in the Ptolemaic period between 380-360 BC. It is famous for containing the legendary tales of Isis goddess of motherhood and healing the wife of Osiris the ruler of the underworld. It was a very popular pilgrimage site for Egyptians, Nubians, and travelers from as far as Greece and Crete. Granite Quarries : A granite quarry is a strange attraction, famous for what is located inside the quarries themselves. The granite quarry in Aswan is home to two unfinished obelisks. One of the obelisks, had it been completed and erected, would have been nearly one-third larger than any other obelisk in Egypt which is believed was commissioned by Queen Hatshepsut. Qasr Ibrim Fortress : Qasr Ibrim was once famous for being a fortress and a major city located on a cliff above the Nile. But after the construction of the dam, Qasr Ibrim is now situated on a rocky island in the middle of the Nile River which makes it very difficult be visited by tourists. Temples of Kalabsha : The Temple of Kalabsha is was built around 30BC during the Roman era as a tribute to the Nubian sun god Mandulis, however, it was never completed.  Temple of Beit al-Wali : Beit al-Wali is another incredible temple that was built by Rameses II. It was one of Ramesses II Nubian temples built in order to maintain Egyptian control over Nubia. It is believed that this temple was the first one to be built to serve this purpose. Temple of Dakka : It is a small shrine dedicated to Thoth the god of knowledge and wisdom, the Temple of Dakka was expanded during the Roman period and used as a fortress along the Nile River. Temple of Maharraqua : The temple of Maharraqua is a tiny, unfinished temple with a mysterious history. Scholars have been unable to understand who built this temple or its purpose. It does have one very unique feature; a winding staircase that leads to the roof. This is the only one of the Nubian monuments with this design. Temple of Amada : The temple of Amada is the oldest temple in Nubia as it was built in the 18th dynasty by pharaoh Thutmose III and dedicated to Amun and Re-Horakhty. Several pharaohs were added to this temple over time included Ramesses II. Temple of Derr : The Temple of Derr was Built by Ramesses II. It is a rock-cut temple that was dedicated to Re-Horakhty that is a combination of the gods Horus and Ra, Horus was the god of the sky, and Ra was the god of the sun. Kiosk of Quertassi : A Small Roman Kiosk with Six columns that still remained unfinished, what can be seen of the structure is beautiful. Wadi as-Subua : Another rock temple was built by Ramses II as part of his Nubian temples. Today, it resides in a valley with two New Kingdom temples.

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