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Temples of Egypt (126)

Called Ipet-isut in antiquity (The Most Select of Places), Karnak is the largest temple complex ever built, covering nearly 250 acres
Called the Southern Opet in antiquity (The Place of Seclusion), formed a site along with Karnak for the yearly Opet festival
Mortuary temple of Seti I, a rarely visited temple with high quality raised-relief decoration for which Sethos's monuments are renowned
Mortuary temple of Ramesses II, site of a fallen colossal statue of the Pharoah, the largest free-standing statue ever made in Egypt
Mortuary temple of Ramesses III, the best preserved mortuary temple complex in Thebes, providing an excellent example of New Kingdom temple layout
Mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut, called by the Egyptians Djeser-djeseru (sacred of sacreds), site of wall reliefs showing Hatshepsut's expedition to the land of Punt
Temple dedicated to both Sobek, the crocodile god, and Haroeris
A well preserved Graeco-Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor
The last surviving cult temple, only being offically closed in the reign of Justinian in AD 550
A Ptolemaic temple which is one of the best preserved in Egypt
A Ptolemaic temple with wall decoration dating all the way up to the 3rd century AD