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This temple was initially an afterthought for us, but after talking with our guide on the Nile Cruise about it, he told us that Dendera was his favorite temple and we HAD to go. He persuaded us, and after some rearranging we made it happen....More
We had only one week in Luxor. While he brought us to a restaurant the taxi driver asked whether we had already visited Dendera. We said no and explained we thought it was to far and to expensive to go there. He said we would...More
To get to the Temple of Hathor at the village of Dendara from Hurghada. The best way is to go there by public transport by the GO-Bus, from Nsir Street at Dahar. Most of the tourist hotel,s are north and south along the coast,...More
The multiple tall columns - with little room for visitors they are so close together - and covered with amazing images. At the top are the cartoon-like faces of Hathor. Goofy ears and broken noses. Our guide told us that knocking off noses killed the...More
This temple felt as a hidden secret. So few visitors. The colours are unbelievable, so vivid. A must visit is the basement chamber. Find the mysterious ”light bulp” carvings.
Be prepared in odd regulations at the site. They seem to change from now and then....More
This is a beautiful temple with a lovely energy. The paintings are unique and still retain some color so you can really get an idea of what it was like back then. It's not overrun by tourists, so you have a little more breathing room...More
A must do and see. This Temple is complete enough the give you a very good taste and idea of old Egypt. Beautiful columns and wall carvings and painted. Plan on two hours and plan on a hot day. Bring water and good shoes and...More
I think that this was my favorite place on our three week tour of Egypt. Simply have no words to describe the wondrous beauty my eyes beheld here. An amazing sense of serenity engulfs this temple. A must see for all the stories, history and...More