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Stepping Back In Time - Luxor Egypt

Day 93 of 164 Days Around the World Cruise



Todays video is a bit long because we had an incredible 14 hour day touring multiple sites in Luxor Egypt. We hope you take the time to watch the whole video as some of the best content is speard across different sections of the 30 minutes production.


We had a spiritual experience in one of the tombs that was quite remarkable and unexpected. We have shown as much as we could of that time in the tomb but there are parts that we just could not share.


We hope that you enjoy this adventure as much as we did. We can't wait to return to Egypt.


Luxor is a city located in Upper Egypt, known for its ancient monuments and temples that showcase the rich history and culture of the Pharaonic era. One of the most popular sites to visit in Luxor is the Karnak Temple, a vast complex of temples, shrines, and other structures built over several centuries.


The Karnak Temple is a must-see attraction that is one of the largest religious complexes in the world, and is dedicated to the god Amun-Ra. The temple is a testament to the skill and creativity of ancient Egyptian architects, with its towering columns, intricately carved reliefs, and stunning statues.


Another site that is well worth visiting in Luxor is the Valley of the Kings. This is the burial site of many pharaohs, including the tombs of Ramses IV, Tuk Ankh Amun, and Seti I. These tombs are remarkable for their well-preserved wall paintings and hieroglyphics that depict scenes from the afterlife, as well as the incredible feats of engineering and construction required to build them.


One tomb in the Valley of the Queens that is particularly noteworthy is the tomb of Nefertari, the beloved wife of Ramses II. This tomb is famous for its stunning artwork, which is considered some of the finest examples of ancient Egyptian art ever discovered.


In addition to these incredible sites, Luxor is also home to other important temples, such as the Temple of Luxor and the Temple of Hatshepsut, which are both well worth a visit.


Overall, Luxor is a fascinating destination that offers a glimpse into the incredible achievements of ancient Egyptian civilization. Whether you are interested in history, architecture, or art, there is something for everyone to discover in this remarkable city.

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