Propylon, Temple of Khonsu, Karnak Luxor Egypt - Stock Image

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The propylon, or gateway, of the temple of Khonsu, part of the massive Karnak temple complex. Known as the Bab el-‘Amara, the propylon was built by the 3rd century BC pharaoh Ptolemy III. The ankh, symbol of life, features heavily in the interior decoration. Covering an area of 100 hectares, Karnak is the largest temple complex ever built.
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