Hypostyle hall, Karnak Temple, #02593

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Hypostyle hall, Karnak Temple. Luxor, Egypt, natural history stock photograph, photo id 02593
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

Location: Luxor, Egypt
Image ID: 02593
Format: Film 2:3
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