The Abu Simbel temples are considered to be the second most recognizable Egyptian icon after the Giza pyramids and the Sphinx. These are two massive rock-cut temples constructed during the reign of Ramesses the Great; one for himself and one for his wife, Queen Nefertari
Interior of temple of Abu Simbel, Egypt | Royal Collection Trust | Antonio Beato (c. 1825-c. 1903) (photographer) | Taken in 1882 | Photograph showing row of four statues wearing the crown of Upper Egypt, inside one of the Temples of Abu Simbel, Nubia, Egypt, partially excavated.
Egypt-10C-036 - Rameses II The Great Temple of Rameses II - The statues show Rameses II wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Also part of the “vulture ceiling” can be seen which leads inwards to the vestibule. Abu Simbel, Egypt
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*TEMPLE OF NEFERTARI @ Abu Simbel, Egypt: The two colossal standing statues of Nefertari in front of the small temple are equal in size to those of Ramesses II. Nefertari is shown holding a sistrum. She wears a long sheet dress + she is depicted w/ a long wig, Hathoric cow horns, the solar disk + tall feathers mounted on a modius. TOMB 66: in the Valley of the Queens.