Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
Visit the temple of Hatshepsut, an antique with a futuristic appearance and a symbol of the divine image of the pharaohs.
The mortuary temple of Hatshepsut was built during the 8th Dynasty for the eponymous queen who ruled between 1479 BC and 1457 BC. This temple is located on the site of Deir el-Bahari and is distinguished by its architecture, mainly composed of porticoes and terraces. This limestone set has been restored to the delight of the public. Three terraces overlap and are connected by ramps of 30-meters long, once surrounded by lush gardens. As for the chapels of Hathor, Anubis, Hatchepsout, Thutmose I, or Amon-Rê, they are more than striking, both in their manufacture and in the decorations they house.