As an option today, and for an additional cost, we visited the Temple of Amun, otherwise known as Karnak. I visited this glorious Temple in 2018, but I would never miss the chance to see it again. It was a wise choice since this time we got there before the crowds.
Our guide Amr gave us a lecture on the history of this place and then we were off to explore the complex on our own.
This was the first time I have ever visited the Luxor museum. The artwork and statues are very impressive. I took hundreds of photos but I am only including a few photos below.
I will say I hoped we had some time to visit the Mummification Museum while in Luxor, but I guess that will have to happen, on my third trip to Egypt.
After our visit to the museum, we were off to the airport to catch a flight back to Cairo, and then drive in the afternoon to Alexandria. Next post.
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