The temple complex in Dendera: - It is located about 2.5 km

11/15/2021, 6:24:30 AM
The temple complex in Dendera: - It is located about 2.5 km southeast of Dendera, Egypt, and five km northwest of the city of Qena. It is one of the best preserved temple complexes in Egypt. The area was the sixth sleep (administrative division) in Lower Egypt, south of Abydos. The temple complex is located on the west bank of the Nile, 665 km south of Cairo. The history of the oldest buildings discovered so far goes back to the era of King Khufu, and some of the kings of the Old Kingdom made many additions, including King Bibi I, whose name was recorded in one of the inscriptions, and another compartment was discovered, dating to the era of the Eleventh Dynasty, located near the sacred lake, and the current temple It goes back to the Greco-Roman era, and it is believed that its construction took about 34 years.

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