Neil Abu-Simbel Hram Solntsa Ramsess II plain the Temple of the Sun of Ramses II | World travel, tourism and geography 

Neil Abu-Simbel Hram Solntsa Ramsess II plain the Temple of the Sun of Ramses II

Neil Abu-Simbel Hram Solntsa Ramsess II plain the Temple of the Sun of Ramses II

Having noted in the centre for guests where it is possible to learn how temples have been moved on the present places, guests should bypass a hillock to appear face to face with the great temple of the Sun (once a day 6:00-17:00 and later if planes sit down in the evening; 55 pounds, for students of 27 pounds, plus 4 pounds of compensation to the guide and 2 pounds of local collecting). Most likely, the temple has been cut out in the mountains surrounding the lake Naser. Represented everywhere, from T-shirts to odnofuntovy banknotes, it, perhaps, thereof makes a little smaller reminiscence.
Visible contrast between red colour of the mountain and greenish-blue water shakes more than purely put out facade which looks less romantically, rather than Abu-Simbel choking under sand on engravings of the nineteenth century. Despite all care of reconstruction and a landscape reconstruction, it is heavy not to accept it as something artificial. But moderately the temple starts to declare itself. Your reason involuntarily is surprised to the courageous plan, volume as the construction and carrying the gigantomania of the founder however was unlimited have been carried out.
Though Ra-Horakhti, Amon-Ra and Birds also are mentioned among deities – on – kroviteley the temple, they surely concede to Ramses, god Pharaoh whom the court will read as «a mighty lion, whose claws are considerable, and the roar is awful». It governed 67 years, has died at 96-year age, having generated unlimited quantity otprysky which most part was lost before it.

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