• Karnak Temple - the largest outdoor museum in the world that fascinates visitors

    Karnak Temple in Egypt is the most important temple in the mausoleum complex of ancient Egypt in the ancient city of Luxor with complex architecture and possesses many giant stone statues, making many people have to amazed to come here!

    Overwhelmed by the Temple of Karnak in Egypt 

    Karnak Temple is located in the heart of the city that right on the road visitors can see. From afar, the stone pillars and the two lines of "guards" lined up in a straight line looked very attractive. In the scorching sun of the summer of Egypt, the majestic and solemn Karnak is the place anyone coming to Luxor would like to visit.

    The summer months are always the low time of Egyptian tourism because the sunshine is up to 42 degrees and it only turns off after 8 pm. But despite the roaring sun and cloudless blue sky, foreign tourists are still eager to visit Luxor - the city is considered the hottest in Egypt. It is easy to understand why Luxor in general and Karnak temple in particular are so attractive to tourists when there are countless large and small constructions. In particular, visiting here when it is night, visitors always feel like they become small compared to the wall illuminating the light becomes taller ...

    Karnak Temple in EgyptThis place is on par with the great pyramid of Giza in terms of scale and grandeur.

    The road to Karnak temple in Egypt is filled with lovely pink phoenix flowers and sweet ripe date palm trees. Karnak Temple is the temple of the sun god Amun-Ree (Arabic Ree is the sun). This is the largest temple complex in Egypt still exists today and is also one of the most important archaeological sites of Egypt. The temple is located east of the Nile , built dating from 1580 - 1160 BC and not only built by a Pharaoh but by about 30 Pharaohs in succession.
    The gates of the temple are two huge rows of lion-headed lions, despite being badly damaged by time and war, leaving the imprint of a glorious period. In the dazzling sunlight of the African land, the Arab girls were covered with scarves, wearing long robes wandering back and forth.
    In the temple is still stored hundreds of stone columns 16 m high, more than 1 m diameter. According to the concept of ancient Egyptians , stone pillars were flowering plants growing from the earth. Therefore at the top of the stone pillars in ancient temples, we often see carved soft patterns. The walls of the temple are decorated with reliefs depicting Pharaohs using bows and arrows to destroy evil and extremely vivid colors.

    Karnak temple formation in Egypt

    According to researchers, Karnak temple in Egypt has always been the place of worship for Pharaoh kings themselves for nearly 2,000 years. The kings wanted to put their mark on the temple of Karnak with different patterns and patterns. Powerful kings built majestic pylon (gates) with giant arches while less powerful kings built smaller parts.
    Until now, the Karnak temple in Egypt is still considered the largest ancient religious temple in the world. Because many temples in Pharaon focus on renovating, renovating and worshiping for the gods Amun-Ra (god of the Sun), Montu (god of war) and Mut (wife of the sun). Each Pharaon seemed to always try to compete with each other in order to try to prove his devotion to the supreme gods and at the same time to please the priests.
    Therefore, by constructing more towers, monuments or sphinxes or new temples to show respect to the superiors. This fact has helped archaeologists discover in two dimensions: the importance of each Pharaon by showing godly devotion and how to build temples of the ancient Egyptians (thanks to the pillars. not yet completed ..).
    After thousands of years, what is left that we can admire are the roof pillars, the sphinx statues, giant spiers, tall towers and temples carved with words ...
    Although many monuments are no longer intact, the Karnak temple is still a place that Egyptians consider to be one of its most sacred temples for decades.

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