Ancient Dock and First Pylon, Karnak Temple, Luxor Egypt - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:185295631
Upload date:October 16, 2013

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'The ancient dock, processional way and first pylon of the Great Temple of Amun, Karnak, Egypt. The ancient dock, in the foreground, was built by Ramesses II (also Ramses, Rameses and Usermaatre-meryamun) and connected the temple to the river Nile via a canal. The processional way of ram-headed cryosphinxes (on the left) leads from the dock to the first pylon. Covering an area of 100 hectares, Karnak is the largest temple complex ever built.'
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