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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age

Tourist attractions from Bronze Age 3300 BC– 1200 BC

Luxor Temple, Egypt


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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Africa Egypt

Luxor Temple – The Spectacular Religious Center in Ancient Egypt

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October 26, 2020
The Luxor Temple is located on the west bank of the Nile River and was built by famous pharaohs of Egypt (Amenhotep III, Tutankhamun, Horemheb, Rameses II) who built various parts of it but also by the great conqueror Alexander the Great and by the Romans. Each has left their mark on this Temple and gave the spectacular aspect that impresses us today.
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Luxor Obelisk - Place de la Concorde, Paris


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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age France

Luxor Obelisk – Place de la Concorde, Paris

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August 15, 2020
The Luxor Obelisk is was originally one of the two obelisks that were positioned outside the Amon temple in Luxor, Egypt. The obelisk is covered in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.
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The Great Pyramid- Ancient Egypt - Giza Plateau


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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Africa Egypt

Interesting facts about the Great Pyramid of Giza

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May 4, 2020
The Giza Plateau is home of the Great Pyramid, the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still standing. Here is the most important and famous archaeological sites in the world.
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The Great Pyramid- Ancient Egypt - Giza Plateau


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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Africa Egypt Virtual Tours

Ancient Egypt – Giza Plateau – NEW VIRTUAL TOUR

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April 27, 2020
Giza Plateau Virtual Tour: Two interactive projects that can provide access to archaeological records about the most famous site in the world: the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
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Vatican Obelisk in St. Peter's Square, Vatican, Rome - 4000 years old


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Italy 3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Europe

Vatican Obelisk from St. Peter’s Square – 4000 years old

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July 15, 2018
4000 years old Vatican Obelisk from St. Peter's Square is an Egyptian Obelisk that was brought to Rome by Caligula. It was a silent witness of the martyrdom of St. Peter.
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