Tour returns to the original departure point
The complex covers approximately 40,000 square metres and dates back to the Ptolemaic dynasty. To enter this ancient Egyptian temple walk through a massive gate that lies between two Roman fountains. Within the mud-brick enclosure of the complex you will see the temple, two birth houses, a Coptic Basilica, a sanitarium, a sacred lake and a temple to Isis.
Don’t miss the central building of the complex which is the temple of the Goddess Hathor, the goddess of love, music, wine and procreation.
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