|Francis Frith - Egypt in 3D|
Karnak Temple is one of the largest sites in Egypt. The temple here was added to and developed over a very extended period. As such it can be quite bewildering for first time visitors, but becomes more logical as the various elements of the site are better understood.
This image - negative number 368 - is a view from the opposite end of the site from the entrance, looking back towards the Hypostyle Hall and the obelisks of Tuthmosis I and Hatchepsut. The usual information is missing from the back, with just "Karnak 2/F" pencilled in.
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