The Temple of Amada
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The temple of Amada, dedicated to Amun-Re and Re-Horakhty, was constructed by Thutmose III and Amenhotep II. Later additions were made by Thutmose IV, and restorations were completed under Seti I and Ramesses II. There are two important historical inscriptions are inside the temple. The first describes a successful military campaign into Syria under Amenhotep II; the second tells of the defeat of a Libyan-led invasion under Merenptah.

HOURS OF OPERATION:
Open daily, 9 AM – 5 PM

TICKET COST:
Egyptian: 1 LE
Foreign: 35 LE

Student rates available to bearers of a valid student ID from an Egyptian university or an International Student ID Card (ISIC)

LOCATION:
Lake Nasser, along the Nile in Nubia

DIRECTIONS:
BY BOAT: The best way to access this site is by private boat on Lake Nasser.