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Reviewed 2 days ago

This place is worth a visit but it is still being excavated so if you can put it of for a later visit it should be more impressive.

Thank flynny69
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is my second time seeing theses artifacts and it never gets old one thinks that thing might come alive and eat you. Full Disclosure we traveled in June and July of 2017. The craftsmanship and the timing must've taken for these things to be...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ok,this is an avenue of ramheaded sphinxes...only because it was kilometers long is it amazing...linking Karnak temple with Luxor temple.still under renovation

Thank johannesvd
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

They still line the avenue between the two temples, but our tour took us to one in the morning and then to the other at night. We saw the avenue, but by splitting the two visits, you didn't really get the sense of the avenue....More

Thank Kathykayc
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

This long roadway or promenade (2.7km) links the Karnak & the Luxor Temples & dates from the 30th Dynasty (fl. 375BCE). Used in Pharaonic times for religious festivals, the walkway is lined on either side with rows of sphinx statues - some with human heads...More

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Reviewed 8 August 2018

This site is a real eye opener on Egyptian history. The architecture is amazing. We were blown away, seeing the beauty and stature of this site. The logistics of these constructions is a real eye opener.

Thank PPPEssexEngland
Reviewed 7 August 2018

This would have been amazing back in the day to see it in full swing. Hopefully they are restoring it to its former glory!

1  Thank 647warrenp
Reviewed 13 July 2018

This avenue connects Karnak and Luxor Temples and is amazing to see what has already been uncovered. Some relocation of buildings and churches is required and further excavation to uncover the complete route (over 2Km).

2  Thank Skeddie54
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

A unique and incredible site and one to experience Although a brief experience one to remember. Take the opportunity to view this piece of history and imagine how this stood all those years ago

Thank Albert P
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

It love the way it was designed , it was made to adress respect for and show power of the phareonic kings passing through it. Status is fascinating really.

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Response from Catherine P | Reviewed this property |
No I'm afraid the Avenue has not been done, having been there in November and seen the condition of Luxor even from our last visit in May I'm afraid to say it may Never be finished . Luxor at the moment through no fault of... More