First Pylon, Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt - Stock image

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Upload date:October 15, 2013


'The inside face of the south section of the First Pylon, Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt. The remains of the mud-brick construction ramp can be seen in the lower half of the image. Covering an area of 100 hectares, Karnak is the largest temple complex ever built. Originally 40 metres high, the first pylon marks the entrance to the Great Temple of Amun. Significantly newer than much of the temple complex, the first pylon may have been built in the 30th dynasty by Nectanebo I in the 4th century BC.'
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