The Temple of Karabusa is a very small temple in Aswan. Although the place is small, the sculptures in front of the temple are quite well preserved. The lighting in the temple is not very good, you need to use a flashlight or candle to enter, adding a lot of mystery.
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This temple has been buried under 12 meters of sand and silt deposited by the Nile River. So that he is not threatened by the flooding of the river, becoming the only well-preserved ancient temple building in Egypt. Enshrined here is the eagle god, the patron saint of Egypt. It was one of the most important temples in Egypt at that time, with exquisite murals and a light show at night.
D2 Aswan-Philae-Kalabsha-Abu Simbel. Compared to the crowded pier to Philae, Kalabsha chartered the whole tour, except for the pigeons, there was only a silent goalkeeper lying on the ground to enjoy the cool. The easter egg came forward to solve the last question before leaving the island, which stimulated his enthusiasm for work. In the weather of more than 40 degrees, we saw the amazing colorful murals and special detailed explanations that have been preserved for more than three thousand years. Sit down and meditate to gain the power of Ramses II (???? If anyone else is there, please bring something to this dedicated and lonely brother.
The Temple of Kalabsha (The Temple of Kalabsha) was built in the late Ptolemaic dynasty (Ptolemaic) and was completed during the reign of Augustus of the Ancient Roman Empire. As the main body of the Mandulis Temple, the temple was built to commemorate the Nubian god Mandulis. The temple is located in a small town 50 kilometers south of Aswan, not far from the shore of Lake Nasser.
There are many temples here, and there is an allusion. This is a temple built in a small town to commemorate the Nubian god Mandulis. The hall is supported by 8 pillars, and Weiran Island stands on this land. Up, it's spectacular