The Ptolemaic Temple of Kom Ombo is a symmetrical double temple - the northern half is dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris, Tasenetnofret, and Panebtawy, while the southern half is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, Hathor and Khonsu

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Temple of Kom Ombo, Aswan

The Ptolemaic Temple of Kom Ombo is a symmetrical double temple - the northern half is dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris, Tasenetnofret, and Panebtawy, while the southern half is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, Hathor and Khonsu.

The Ptolemaic Temple of Kom Ombo is a symmetrical double temple - the northern half is dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris, Tasenetnofret, and Panebtawy, while the southern half is dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, Hathor and Khonsu. The Crocodile Museum displays some of the 300 mummified crocs discovered in the vicinity.


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About Temple of Kom Ombo

 Kom Umbu, Aswan Governorate, Egypt

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Temple of Kom Ombo and Nearby Sights on Map

Qubbet el-Hawa

Qubbet el-Hawa (Dome of the Winds) is a site on the western bank of the Nile with rock-cut tombs of Nubian nobility mostly dating to the Old Kingdom (around 2000 BC) and a few from the New Kingdom

Elephantine Island

The Elephantine Island in the Nile has the Nubian villages of Siou and Koti, and the Temples of Satis, Khnum and Pepinakht-Heqaib

Abu Simbel

Aswan Museum

The Aswan Museum on Elephantine Island displays Nubian artifacts saved during the construction of the Aswan Dam and archaeological finds from ongoing excavations

Aswan Botanical Gardens

Aswan Botanical Gardens are on Elnabatat's Island which was earlier known as Kitchener's Island

Ferial Gardens

The Ferial Gardens at the southern end of the Kornish Al Nile (Corniche) are a relaxing spot with great views of the river

Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk in Aswan is the largest known ancient obelisk

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

Fatimid Cemetery

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

Nubian Museum

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