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Walking Between Pharaohs Columns

Walking Between Pharaohs Columns

Group of people walking amidst the grandeur of ancient Egyptian large columns adorned with hieroglyphic symbols in the Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt. This scene offers a glimpse into the remarkable architectural and cultural heritage of ancient Egypt. The towering columns, with their impressive size and intricate carvings, create a majestic pathway for the visitors. The presence of people in the image adds a sense of scale and liveliness, emphasizing the enduring allure of the Karnak Temple as a destination for both exploration and contemplation.

Image ID#: 8615 / Category: People, Architecture, Travel / Price: 499$
Walking Between Pharaohs Columns
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