Luxor was known as the capital of the ancient kingdom under the name Thebes; nowadays, Luxor is regarded as the largest open-air museum in the world and is home to some of Egypt‘s most well-known temples, tombs, and monuments. Around 3000 BCE, it started to develop significance, and over the period of more than 1500 years, it rose to become the political, military, and religious centre of Ancient Egypt. It is now a significant tourist destination and is home to a significant portion of the nation’s architectural landmarks.
There are uncountable monuments from ancient Egypt in Luxor. The 3400-year-old Luxor Temple, the Karnak Temple Complex, the necropolises of the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens, and the enormous stone
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