Temple of Horus
It’s the main attraction of Edfu, which draws many tourists from all around the world. Dating back to the Ptolemaic times, between 237 and 57 BC, the temple’s entrance comprises a 37-meter high Pylon, the tallest surviving in Egypt decorated with battle scenes. Entering the temple, you’ll find several shops. There is also a center housing the ticket office, toilets, a cafeteria, and a room where visitors can watch a 15-minute film on the temple’s history in English.
Tomb of El Kab
Also known as Kekheb, the tomb is located 32 kilometers south of Esna on the Nile’s west side. It’s home to remains of temples, cemeteries, and rock-cut tombs. You’ll find an enormous mud-brick wall dating back to the 30th Dynasty on the site.
Edfu Sound and Light Show
It’s one of the most stunning sounds and light shows applying the latest technology, where visitors can see the shows in six languages, including Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Italian, and German. Do not miss this three-phase show with the introduction of the Horus temple at the first phase. It will continue with high-quality sound and light effects as the audience walk through the columns. The third phase of this show offers visitors a set of art technologies, including four videos, high definition projectors, and three portable video projectors.
This is an ancient quarry that can be seen from the boats cruising the Nile River. There are many large holes in the cliffs of the site. If you’re interested in classical pyramids and graves, this place will deliver you imposing wall paintings. You can find the colors remained surprisingly well, even after so many centuries.
Going thirty-five miles along the Edfu-MersaAlam road, you’ll find a roman temple known as the Kanais Temple. The well-preserved sanctuary with spectacular colored ceilings is cut into the cliff face, rare in Egypt.
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