Hypostyle hall, Karnak Temple, #02593



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The Great Hypostyle Hall is one of the most spectacular monuments of ancient Egypt. Possibly begun by Amenophis III, this veritable forest of soaring pillars was continued by Seti I and finished by Ramses II. Covering an area of 7,200 square yards, it is large enough to contain Notre Dame Cathedral.

Hypostyle hall, Karnak Temple. Luxor, Egypt

Stock Photo: 02593
Location: Luxor, Egypt
Format: Film 2:3
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