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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Since we had the Luxor Pass ($200 or $100, good for five days and all the monuments, tombs and museums. The $200 version includes tombs of Nefertari and Seti 1), we visited the Temple of Seti I. Not much left, but there are some nice...More

1  Thank Craig T
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Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Not a high-priority site, but worth a look, if you have a little extra time and haven't gotten "templed out." You might have be the only visitor there. Buy your ticket first, though, at the main ticket booth near the Colossi of Memnon

Thank avalon2020
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Reviewed 23 February 2017

I spent the money on this (1000 LE, about $60 at current exchange) and just didn't find it worth the money. There are other tombs better to spend a fraction of the money on.

Thank Steven W
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Reviewed 9 February 2017

This temple started by Seti I was finished by his son Ramesses II, and seems more a monument to himself than his father. Still interesting, and one of the few remaining on the West Bank.

Thank paneb
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Reviewed 28 January 2017

Visited this temple and so happy to have done so. Our Blue Sky guide, Saber recommended this optional side trip which he explained had only been open to the public for 21 days. Our group of 7 people were the only ones in the tomb...More

Thank Jacki L
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Reviewed 28 January 2017

Tour parties do not often invade this quiet spot on the edge of New Qurna. You will be able to wander around at will, and the guardians are not as "aggressive" as at most sites. The more nimble may enjoy the view from the roof....More

1  Thank Yare
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Reviewed 24 May 2016

Found this by chance and am so glad I did, it's breathtakingly beautiful and the carvings and depictions are outstanding , even to the sacred pool still being there. Just down from the Rasmussen, it's definitely worth a visit

1  Thank dottie502
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Reviewed 16 April 2016

This is a upper temple, and not one normally visited on tourist routes. Much of the outlying complex is gone, but there is a well preserved central area, with great carved scenes, columns and shrines. The perimeter wall also has a great walk around the...More

Thank MrREB
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Reviewed 14 April 2016

This temple is well worth a visit when you are visiting sites on the West Bank It is not on the usual tourist trail,but it should be. I was amazed at the colour still to be seen in the temple. There is also the footings...More

Thank Observer1966
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Reviewed 10 April 2016

It is a little off the course of the regular tour, but if you get a chance you must visit. Sit between the huge columns and imagine how marvelous life was in the ancient world.

Thank bose_rima
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