You should plan some time to see the Valley of the Queens when you are in Luxor. It has an exciting and unique history and architectural style, located on the west bank of Luxor, not too far from the famous Valley of the Kings. It is also located near the Valley of the Kings. Since Hatshepsut was the only female pharaoh in all of Egypt’s history, her temple is a trendy place for tourists to visit.
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There are many good things about Luxor’s location. It takes a three-hour drive from Cairo, which is only an hour away by plane, to the famous Red Sea resort of Hurghada. It also takes a three-hour drive from Cairo to Aswan, the capital of Egypt.
Just in case you’re curious.
In ancient Egypt, the Valley of the Queens was called “Ta Set Neferu,” which means “beautiful place” and “probable place of the wives and children of the royal family.” In the past, the Egyptians gave this name to the valley. It was not called the Valley of the Queens because important officials and children of the royal family were buried there.
These people were buried here before the First Queen, who was buried here during the Nineteenth Dynasty. These people were buried here before the First Queen during the Nineteenth Dynasty. During the Nineteenth Dynasty, these people were buried here before the first queen was laid to rest in this place.
Before beginning apprenticeships with senior military officials, princes learned from priests and scribes until they were twelve. At that age, they were considered adults and could begin their training. The police showed them how to swim, handle guns and ride horses. They also taught them to swim. But not much is known about where these queens went, although it is clear from history that many of them know a great deal about politics and determination.
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