The Temple of Kalabsha was built by Emperor Augustus in 30 BC and was the largest free-standing temple of Egyptian Nubia

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Private Tour: Kalabsha Temple on Lake Nasser

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On the banks of Lake Nasser lies Kalabsha Temple, an often overlooked jewel of Aswan. Your Egyp...

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Day Tour to Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum from Aswan

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Explore two of the most famous sights in Aswan, Kalabsha temple which was built around 30 BC du...

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Aswan private tours to kalabsha Temple Nubian Museum day trip from Aswan or Nile cruise

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Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum Day Tour from Aswan

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Get to the heart of Nubia, one of North Africa's oldest civilizations, with this Aswan day tour of ...

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Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum: Day Tour from Aswan

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Kalabsha Temple on Lake Nasser Sightseeing Tour from Aswan

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Half Day Tour Aswan - Nubienhaus and Kalabschatempel

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Kalabsha Temple, Aswan

The Temple of Kalabsha was built by Emperor Augustus in 30 BC and was the largest free-standing temple of Egyptian Nubia.

The Temple of Kalabsha was built by Emperor Augustus in 30 BC and was the largest free-standing temple of Egyptian Nubia. Originally built on the west bank of the Nile at the Bab al-Kalabsha, it was dismantled and shifted south of the Aswan High Dam to protect it from the rising waters of Lake Nasser.


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About Kalabsha Temple

 Aswan Governorate, Egypt

Kalabsha Temple and Nearby Sights on Map

Aswan High Dam

Philae Temple

The Philae Temple on Agilkia Island in the Nile river is a Ptolemaic temple dedicated to Isis, the goddess of fertility and health

Sehel Island

Sehel Island on the Nile is known for its local craft of beaded jewelry

Shellal

Aswan International Sculpture Park

The Aswan Internation Sculpture Park hosts the International Sculpture Symposium every spring, where sculptors from around the world exhibit their artistic creations

Mausoleum of Mohammed Shah Aga Khan

The Mausoleum of Aga Khan on the west bank of the Nile contains the tomb of Aga Khan III, the 48th Imam of the Ismaili sect and his wife Begum Om Habibeh

Nubian Museum

The Nubian Museum traces the history of Nubia since pre-historic times and showcases the culture of the Nubian people

Fatimid Cemetery

The Fatimid Cemetery has mud-brick domed tombs from the Fatimid Empire and earlier, dating to the 7th - 12th centuries

Monastery of St Simeon

The 7th century Monastery of St Simeon on the west bank of the Nile is a Coptic monastery that was first dedicated to the 4th century local saint Anba Hedra and later to St Simeon

Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk in Aswan is the largest known ancient obelisk