About Temple of Hatshepsut The Luxor Temple of Hatshepsut is located in the ancient city of Thebes, which is now modern-day Luxor, Egypt. The temple was constructed by the female pharaoh Hatshepsut in the 15th century BC and dedicated to the god Amun. The temple is one of the most impressive and best preserved in all of Egypt. The temple was designed in a unique way, with a long ramp leading up to the entrance. There are also a number of smaller temples and chapels located around the main temple. The temple is filled with beautiful carvings and reliefs, which depict the pharaoh Hatshepsut and her many accomplishments. Today, the Luxor Temple of Hatshepsut is a popular tourist attraction and is open to visitors.
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