two temples were cut apart and relocated to higher ground when the
Aswan Dam was built. Now, thousands of years after their initial
construction, they can still be enjoyed in all of their original
of Philae --
The island temple of Philae has held visitors spellbound for millenia.
This temple was the last haven for the Egyptian religion.
Simbel -- Probably the most famous of the Ramses II temples.
A set of two temples, it marks the edge of Egyptian rule in the New