Soleb Temple

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Soleb Temple
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h_casa
48 bidrag
feb. 2022
Sehr schöner und gut erhaltener Tempel der unter Amenophis III errichtet wurde. Die einzelnen Höfe sind noch gut zu erkennen und enden im Heiligtum. Reste eines Pylons sind noch vorhanden, auf dem interessante Zeremonieszenen zu erkennen sind.

Auch einige wieder aufgerichtete Papyrussäulen mit sehr anschaulichen Steinreliefs, auf denen man detailreich u.a. Gefangene verschiedenster besiegter Völker erkennen kann, finden sich auf der Anlage.

Nilseitig erreicht man die Anlage über einen Dromos, der ehemals von 24 Widderfiguren gesäumt war. Leider findet man davon nur noch einen zerbrochenen Widderkopf im Sand.

Insgesamt gesehen eine der schönsten und am besten erhaltenen Tempelanlagen im Nordsudan. Auf jeden Fall einen Besuch wert! Auch die Hinweistafel am Eingang ist sehr informativ.
Skrevet 23. februar 2022
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anitatissier
Nice, Frankrike45 bidrag
nov. 2020
Gorgeous temple, definitely worth the long drive there. Especially interesting if you've been to Luxor in Egypt — it was the same pharaoh who built the temple in Luxor who built this one
Skrevet 17. februar 2021
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Bielding
Liverpool148 bidrag
feb. 2020
These are the remains of a large temple built by Egyptian king Amenhotep III (c. 1350 BC) to worship himself, as a god. The size of the temple is impressive enough, and indeed the reliefs are fascinating (they show the king celebrating jubilees), but perhaps the most memorable thing about this temple is its remoteness - it feels like it's in the middle of nowhere. Also, it isn't over-restored like some temples you see in Egypt - there are lots of decorated blocks just lying around all over the place on the ground, with the odd goat rummaging between them. One really gets a feel for how it must have been to visit temples in the 19th C AD. There is an (extremely basic) guest-house just a couple of hundred metres from the ruins, which I had entirely to myself when I visited. It was truly magical wandering among the stones in the light of sunset, and the subsequent dawn. My favourite experience in Nubia.
Skrevet 15. januar 2021
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Kerryn72
Melbourne, Australia2 676 bidrag
jan. 2020
Wow, we caught a speed boat across the Nile and walked here in semi darkness to see the sunrise over the temple. The sun rises giving a lovely silhouette of the columns to the entrance. Soleb Temple is well preserved and has some stunning hieroglyphics and is a nice place to wander around. We were the only people at the site and it was amazing having the opportunity to explore and ponder without distraction. The temple is in parts (as all temples are) and scattered around the place are parts of the columns that have fallen or are being restored.
Unlike the reviewer who thinks 10US is too much, I think all of the sites in Sudan are worth the price to visit- where else in the world do you get entire historic sites to yourself?
Really enjoyed Soleb and thought it was very 'Egyptian'.
Skrevet 10. januar 2020
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RLR53
Pisa, Italia4 189 bidrag
des. 2018 • Venner
Tra tante pietre ancora a terra svettano le colonne con i capitelli a forma di fior di loto. Le pietre alle basi delle colonne riportano scene di prigionieri con le mani legate visti in vari siti archeologici del Sudan. Nel sito solo noi
Skrevet 14. januar 2019
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Mária L
Muri bei Bern, Sveits60 bidrag
nov. 2018 • Alene
The ruins of Soleb are at the norten part of Sudan. If you are interested about archeology, history, visit it! No turist, very quaet, beautiful plece!
Skrevet 2. desember 2018
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Osman Tour Guide Sudan
Khartoum, Sudan140 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Forretning
We headed to Soleb from Khartoum, reached there at 4 pm. While we are asphalt road we easily recognized the temple. Soleb is very quite village and the people are friendly, we had opportunity to know the history of the place and even to have a look into Nile through Palm trees there.
Skrevet 15. oktober 2018
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romeobalu
San Felice del Benaco, Italia179 bidrag
feb. 2018 • Venner
Dal mio punto di vista il sito più bello di tutto il Sudan!!! Mi è sembrato di tornare indietro nel tempo ed immergermi nella civiltà egizia!!!! Da fare assolutamente!!!
Skrevet 19. mars 2018
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Zdzichu1947
Wroclaw, Polen1 931 bidrag
feb. 2018 • Venner
Soleb, to starożytne miasto egipskie w Nubii, w którym zachowały się ruiny świątyni poświęconej Amonowi-Re wybudowanej w XIV wieku p.n.e. przez Amenhotepa III. Układ świątyni podobny jest do świątyni w Luxorze. Świątynia nie jest ogrodzona ani też ochraniana i można chodzić po całym obiekcie. Bilet wstępu wynosi aż 10 $ USD – płatne facetowi , który nagle się pojawił.
Skrevet 11. mars 2018
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Yan N
Luxembourg by, Luxembourg35 bidrag
nov. 2017
I wanted to visit the temple but in the entrance they asked me to pay 10 US$ and insisted I pay in US$.

Apparently the government decided this for all the archaeological sites in Sudan to get foreign currency into the country in the context if the embargo.

I decided to boycott this policy. I am archeologist and I have visited many museums and sites but 10 US$ is a joke. Better to go to Egypt where you can see better preserved ruins for a third of the price.
Skrevet 27. desember 2017
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