The Temple of Luxor is another visual treat which was earlier connected to the Karnak Temple. Opposite the Luxor Temple is a Roman Chapel constructed in the honour of God Serapis.
The huge complex of Karnak temples, which is over 1500 years old, is known for its Hypostyle Hall with gigantic pillars. Visitors can take a tour ... More of the enthralling ancient ruins. The ‘Sound and Light Show’ must not be missed.
Also, the Luxor Museum is worth a visit for its significant insight into the historical monuments in the surrounding areas.
Luxor experiences an overall mild climate with the exception of its summers, which are scorching hot. Winters are dry and sunny with cold nights. October to February is the coolest period, while May to October is hot. April is the best time to visit.
The region of Luxor attracted tourists even in the ancient times during the ... More Greek and Roman empires. Today, it is well known for its temples and the ‘Valley of the Kings’. Tourism has the largest share in Luxor’s economy followed by agriculture.
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