Abu Simbel Temple In Egypt

The Temple of Abu Simbel is one of the most famous and Ancient Egyptian tourist sites, where Abu Simbel visits many tourists every year from different nationalities around the world as it has a very special luster despite several from the city of Aswan nearly two hours drive.

Abu Simbel Temple Location

Abu Simbel Temple is located in southern Egypt on the western side of Lake Nasser (the largest artificial lake in the world) in the west of Aswan. The UNESCO has chosen the Temple of Abu Simbel is an archaeological and historical site. It was recommended to take care of it and act as an incentive for tourists to visit this temple during their tourist visit to Egypt.

Abu Simbel Temple Date of Building

The Temple of Abu Simbel was completed in 1244 BC. It was built by the Pharaohs during the reign of Ramses II, who sought to have a huge and visible impact on it for many centuries. Throughout the ages and ages, many Egyptian and Pharaonic monuments, including the Temple of Abu Simbel, buried until the Orientalists, explorers, archaeologists, and exploration, where he was found by a child from Aswan who worked for them as a guide and guide and this child was named Abu Simbel. On this temple after this child.
The Temple of Abu Simbel has been restored since it was discovered. The tools used in the restoration are stones, mud, and modern tools. This was done with great caution and the cost of restoration is around 40 million Egyptian pounds at that time. Many pieces of the temple were dismantled and re-installed after the restoration.

Miracle Structure of Abu Simbel Temple

The double crown of the tribal and naval face (the crown of Mina unified of the two countries) and two statues on the entrance of the temple on the right and left and the head and trunk of the great statue of the most famous features of the Temple of Abu Simbel.
In a distinctive geometry, the sun’s rays enter to show the great statue on its annual birthday each year
You can visit Abu Simbel with one of the finest trips beyond the dam in the winter period each year.