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It is referred to as the largest open-air museum in the world, which is located in Luxor, also known as Thebes in ancient times, a home for some of the most impressive monuments of the ancient world. It might be the largest temple built over the human lifetime, Karnak is the joint achievement of several generations of veterans builders. Passing through the gates of Luxor, every visitor is amazed by the vast city, which has won immortality through its giant and many monuments and temples of Luxor and Karnak. Despite the majority of monuments are ruins, the site remains one of the achievements of the Crown of Ancient Egypt. The massive columns used to support the heavy ceilings, but today they are open to the sky. With a little imagination, visitors can return to the era of the Pharaohs. Over 1300 years, temples were built at Karnak to form a city, full of monuments.

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