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“AIDA” WILL SOUND IN LUXOR

Ambassador of Ukraine to Egypt Yevhen Mykytenko received director Michael Sturm and stage designer Sebastian Ellrich from Germany to discuss the ongoing arrangements for the premiere of Verdi’s “Aida” to be staged in the ancient Temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Luxor on October 26 and 28, 2019. Many international and Egyptian companies are involved in the project implementation. It is planned that more than 100 musicians and singers from Ukraine will take part in the performance

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  • 01 NGT AT MARTIM JOLLIE VILLE LUXOR B/B IN TWN ROOM
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TEMPLE OF HATSHEPSUT

On the foothill of the western mountain, the founder of the Middle Kingdom, Monutotep Nebhebetre, built his mortuary temple, at El-Deir El-Bahari, as a very unusual funerary complex, the transition from a pyramid to a temple, which resulted in a terraced temple with probably a pyramidion on the top, the same style was carried on by Thutmose III and Hatshepsut, but without the pyramidion on top. Unfortunately, only the temple of Hatshepsut survived from the continuously falling rocks, as it was deeply carved into the mountain.

The temple of Hatshepsut was mainly built to prove her legacy as a divine daughter of Amun, during her struggle with Thutmose III over the Egyptian throne. The temple also served as cult center for Hathor, one of the main goddesses of the Afterlife.

Likewise, kings of the eighteenth and nineteenth dynasties built their temples on the western bank, including the temples of Thutmose III, and Amenhotep III who also constructed the Colossi of Memnon, which were severely damaged, and re-constructed in modern times with great efforts of the archaeologists.

 
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