10 Best Pictures of Luxor January 2022

Each Month the picture editor of Explore Luxor brings you a selection of photo highlights

Drying the tomato crop in Luxor

(Photo by: Alaa Mamdouh)

During those days of the winter season, the harvest work continues inside the various tomato farms in the east and west of Luxor.

Karnak Temple, Luxor

(Photo by: Emily Byrski)

The hypostyle hall’s huge columns overshadow the people, and the undersides of the capitals still have some paint on them. The hall is 50,000 square feet (5,000 square metres) in size and is lined with 134 massive stone columns, 12 of which rise 80 feet (24 metres) tall and line the central aisle.

Hatshepsut Temple, Luxor

(Photo by: Melly Ba)

Temple of Hatshepsut the Djeser-Djeseru (“Holy of Holies”) “One of the “incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt.

Birds in Abu Al-Hajjaj Square, Luxor

(Photo by: Abdelhameed Yosry )

The pigeon captivates the hearts of those who visit Abu Al-Hajjaj Square in Luxor’s city centre, where flocks of pigeons appear on the square every day, much as they do in European squares across the world.

Luxor, Unforgettable memories

(Photo by: Francisco Elorriaga)

Karnak Temple, Luxor

(Photo by: Arjen)

Nile of Luxor

(Photo by: Menna mahmoud fathy)

Sail the Nile River in a traditional Egyptian felucca sailboat on an hour-long, morning excursion from Luxor. you catch the morning breeze, tacking across the gentle current of the Nile River.

Karnak Temple, Luxor

(Photo by: Ali gad)

Karnak Temple Complex is the largest religious building ever constructed “The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isu—or “most select of places”—by the ancient Egyptians”

Hot air balloon, Luxor

(Photo by: Hadedy)

Hot-air balloon flight is the perfect way to experience the world’s largest open-air museum. Watch the sun rise over the ancient city of Luxor from aboard a hot air balloon with this experience.

Valley of the Kings, Luxor

(Photo by: Paigunna)

Valley of the Kings: “Gateway to the Afterlife” provides a window to the past”. ” The ancient Egyptians built massive public monuments to their pharaohs.


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