10 Best Pictures of Luxor March 2022

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

valley of the kings

(Photo by: Beatriz Huscher)

Our first visit to a tomb in the Valley of the Kings, and one of the biggest. Originally from Queen Tausert and enlarged and reused by Setnakht. The most colorful room is hers, and the one with the sarcophagus is his.

Luxor Temple

(Photo by: izabelella)

The Temple of Luxor for me was one of those that enters the Top 5 of my favorite Temples in Egypt and it is not for less to have this beauty in front of me, And being without people and without tourists was the best of the trip, I have to To say that I went just a week after Egypt opened its borders, it seems like it was a long time ago but no, time flies by, telling you that the hundreds of cruise ships that go out on the Nile, only we go out. What is your favorite temple in the world?



iberotel luxor

(Photo by: Ahmed Elhadad )

Temple of "Khnum" in Esna

(Photo by: A H M E D W A H B A)

Lemon Tireless sellers

(Photo by: Catherin Rodriguez)

For me these photos are special, there are no great temples or wonderful places, there are only people, with customs and beliefs different from mine, but the same as me. Tireless sellers, who sometimes become annoying. Until you realize that this is their way of life, and haggling is their official currency, that after the tense “negotiation” they give you a smile, and they shake your hand. When you accept diversity, and respect the beliefs of the other, you will find beauty, even in the midst of chaos.

Luxor Corniche

(Photo by: Ahmed mody)

The street among the nile and the temple

Temple of Hatshepsut

(Photo by: Cari Campari)

Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the most popular temples in Luxor and is located right next to the Valley of the Kings. The beautiful architecture offers you super many beautiful photo spots so let your creativity run wild and try out.

The temple of Luxor

(Photo by: Amer alkuli)

The temple of Luxor is situated on the east bank of the River Nile in the town of Luxor (Thebes). The temple was known as “ipet resyt” (“the southern harem”) and it was founded during the New Kingdom, around 1400 BC. Constructed over hundreds of years by Amenhotep III, Ramses II, Tutankhamun, and other pharaohs, Luxor Temple was the largest and most significant religious center in ancient Egypt.

Abu Al-Hajjaj

(Photo by: Abdelhameed Yosry)

“A beautiful picture I took it, 03/16/2022 at 10:20 pm for the popular celebrations among the people in the streets of Luxor at the birth of Abu Al-Hajjaj”.


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