Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut

The magnificent funerary Hatshepsut Temple is also known as Bahri Temple, it lies in the western bank of the Nile River in Luxor and it dates back to the 18th dynasty, it is considered to be one of the best temples that still standing  without any damaging, it also was dedicated to the Queen Hatshipsut, who was the daughter of the King Thutmose I, this temple is located in the western bank of the Nile River in Luxor, at the City of Tiba, which was once the ancient capital of Egypt, it also was the worshipping center of the ancient Egyptian God Amun.

 


The Temple of Hatshipsut is distinguished by the charming inscriptions and decorations, it is including three sequent floors that lie on open balconies, the second floor contains two fancy and coloured statues which are located on the entrance of the floor and they were dedicated to the ancient Egyptian God Osiris and Hatshipsut, therefore you will be astonished by the glory of this Temple and its designing, as it was constructed by a clever architect named Senemut, who made the temple very charming and unique because of its marvelous and classic architecture, enjoy exploring more about the Queen Hatshipsut with Flying Carpet Tours as you will find the inscriptions on its walls tells many stories about her life, her holy birth and her commercial tours to the land of Punt, which is now called the Arabian Peninsula or modern stats of Somalia.    

 


Entertain your eyes and mind by watching the beautiful monuments of the Temple of Hatshipsut and its fancy inscriptions that also reflect the serious struggle between Hatshipsut and her son in law Tuthmosis as well as her nephew, because there were a lot of her statues that were damaged, as well as the servants and followers of Tuthmosis III destroyed the most of her items and Cartouches after her mysterious death.     

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