A beautiful and great temple but surrounded with an ugly building and very bad roads. we went there by horse carriage which was a nice trip but our back was suffering because of the bad road. but the ...
Very beautiful and well maintained temple .You can say this is the most completed temple in the Egypt.We went there by horse carriage it was an amazing experience. This temple is so huge and All wall...
Took a carriage ride from our cruise ship to the Temple of Horus at Edfu. Was told by our guide that he had already tipped the carriage drivers but they will expect an additional tip. We were told to ...
No crowds, no touts. Actually, practically no-one.
We were there in November 2020. Covidian panic killed the crowds. No Europeans or Americans in sight, just enthusiastic locals. Gorgeous for visiting! Our cruise ship anchored absolutely alone - none ...
The Temple of Edfu was built for 200 years. It was completed from Ptolemy III to Cleopatra's father, Ptolemy XII. Soon after the temple was completed, Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire. Christianity is prevalent, and many temples in Egypt have been destroyed. Perhaps it is the Horus god. This temple is covered by a large wind and sand, thus avoiding this man-made catastrophe, and therefore with Karnak and Luke. Compared with the temple, there are far fewer traces of post-repair here.
The entrance to the temple is a "sincerity room", because the legendary Isis gave birth to Horus where the murals on the walls of the
the delivery room still retain vivid colors. The top of the pillar of the stone pillar is engraved with the image of the god Bes. He is able to drive away evil and protect the women who give birth. Behind the
hawk god Horus, standing with the wife of Amon, the god of the gods of Abyss, Mutter, in the goddess of Thebes, she is the mother of the gods, and the great-grandmother of Horus, she There has always been a special place in the young Horus growing up
main hall, called the perfume laboratory, the indoor mural depicting how to make perfume, and the perfume as a sacrifice to the gods story. Inside, I saw the most rare god of the perfume of Puta's son - Neftu
hieroglyphics carved on the wall of the laboratory, is the formula of the perfume composition. I don't know if archaeologists have deciphered it? If there is a perfume according to this ratio, no matter what the fragrance type, the flag of the Pharaoh Royal Royal, is also a big business opportunity.
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The Edfu Temple (also known as the Temple of Horus) was built in 200 BC and is dedicated to the eagle god Horus. The second largest temple in Egypt; the best preserved temple in Egypt and the only temple to retain the roof, because it was buried under the sand for a long time, until 1798.
Right, you can take pictures here both inside and outside.
This is the temple dedicated to the eagle god Horus, second only to the largest Karnak temple in Egypt, built by the father of Cleopatra Cleopatra VII. Its huge 36-meter-tall tower door is very shocking, especially the murals on the tower door showing Ptolemy XII dragging their hair to prepare their skulls in front of Horus. In front of the tower is two granite statues of the eagle-shaped Horus. The last wall of the entire temple is the "Victory Corridor", which engraves the battle between Horus and his murderous enemy, and the entire wall is beautifully HTC.
Horus is a symbol of the kingship, the patron saint of Pharaoh. He is the son of the ruler of the earth and the god Osiris and the mother of the earth, Isis, the husband of the Hart god who is in charge of love and joy.
In a place called Edfu, 300 km from the Hart Temple in Dandara, the opposite is the Horus Temple dedicated to the patron saint of Pharaoh. It is not uncommon, The story of the Chinese New Years Eve, which has a long history, is also here: in March every year, the Horus Temple will carry out a grand ceremony to welcome the Hart God, Hart, from afar. The priests of the Temple of God used the sailboat to carry the statue of Hartle to Edfu, so that they could get together and share the family.
Tour time: 1 hour
Tickets: 60 Egyptian pounds (student ticket 30 Egyptian pounds)
Transportation: After the cruise ship docked ashore, wagon 50 EGP round-trip (a car can sit 5 people)