Hi JM:)Lovely photos. The tombs are inspiring. It looks like the Egyptians gave considerable importance to style and design of the tombs of their dead kings and noble people so that they will be remembered for ever.Many thanks for sharing:)Joseph
I'm always amazed how this was accomplished. Your photos captured it beautifully....Barb
Egypt must be a fascinating destination! (Cezar)I won't go there! I'm afraid of the pharaoh's curse! (Léia)
oh my...the carved the edifice out of a mountainside?reminds me of Petra so much
Great shots. That's a place i really want to go one day. It's just "next door" and perhaps that is why i haven't been there yet. Well done
It's indeed a place of beauty. The structures are magnificent.
these are good memories for me. I really enjoyed my trip to egypt. And, we actually had King Tut in King Tut's tomb when we visited last September. King Tutu was only there a short while but it was unique. We went in a lot of the tombs. Truly amazing
Cada vez que vejo fotos do Egipto digo: É desta vez que lá vou!!! Mas ainda não aconteceu. A 1ª foto está brutal. Deve ser de uma dimensão assustadora :)
whoaa! tomb of tut ankh amon. i didn't know it is spelled that way!
Not ever having been to Egypt and knowing what little I do from history books, these are truly entertaining, educational and enticing photographs!One of these days...
Fantastic snaps. The paining and the structures are amazing.
It looks like Egypt is a fantastic destination.It is spooky though.Cheers!
Nice JM,gosh what else do you have time to do, but travel? lolEgypt, I've studied, and don't have to go there because I was there in a past life.. During the Amarna period..i think ;)
It is magnificent so as not to be able to have the description.ruma
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