Karnak Sound Light Show Luxor Egypt tours, booking, prices
Karnak Sound Light Show highlights the dramatic history of ancient Thebes. In fact, the show narrates the achievements of some great Pharaohs. It is with poetic descriptions of the ancient treasures. In the Sound and Light Show, pharaohs arise to tell the story of their interesting lives. Moreover, it is while haunting music flows through this ancient city. In addition, ancient and poetic voices tell the visitors about the birth of Karnak temple. The voices also tell the heroic achievements of pharaohs and god Amun. It indeed is an enchanting and supernatural experience to attend the show.
You will listen to sound effects and gaze at the magnificent ruins illuminated. All these during the well presented Karnak Sound Light Show. Karnak is one of the most important Temples of the city of Luxor. In fact, its construction started in the reign of King Seti I. It completed during the reign of King Ramses II. The temple located three kilometers to the north of Luxor Temple. It built for the worship of the sacred trinity of Tehbes, Amoun-Re, his Wife, Mootand son. Karnak temple is indeed the largest Temples of the ancient world. Furthermore, its construction began in the reign of the central state, about 2000 BC.
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At that time, it not built at that level of size. However, in the modern state, to which King Tut Ankh Amun and King Ramses affiliated. A magnificent temple built on the ruins of this temple. It embodied the size of the Egyptian vast empire. During the following dynasties, each king added more to the temple. It was as in adulation to gods and out of desire of getting popularity among the members of the people. The Karnak Sound Light Show presented in six languages. The languages are Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German. Moreover, all languages are available through headphone with simultaneous translation.
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