The Madinet Habu Temple in Luxor is an architectural wonder of ancient Egypt. Its classic and timeless style remains intact until today as evidenced in the relics and antiquities that are found here. Most of all, this temple doesn’t draw much attention from tourists, thus, it is less crowded than the rest of the attractions in Luxor. In fact, on the day we went there, only 9 of us were the ones roaming around. This ancient fortified temple was built as a Mortuary Temple of Rameses III.
This is the entrance to Madinet Habu Temple in Luxor.
The massive walls are covered with impressive engravings and artworks.
Even the ceilings are covered with detailed inscriptions.
The colours are still visible, though some have faded with time.
The elaborate and exhaustive lithographs depict the history of ancient Egypt once ruled by Pharaohs.