03. Abu Simbel Temples
Abu Simbel Temples are essentially two huge sanctuaries that were developed during the rule of Pharaoh Ramesses II. These sanctuaries are cut out of the mountainside and an enduring landmark of Ramesses II and his sovereign Nefertari. They are situated on the western banks of Lake Nasser. The development of these sanctuaries was done back in thirteenth century BC. The sanctuary was worked to respect the Pharaoh’s triumph at the skirmish of Kadesh. A huge number of vacationers visit these sanctuaries consistently. They are one of the mainstream vacation spots of this nation.