Medinet Habu

Medinet Habu is the last wall standing of Ramsses III mortuary temple, an important structure of the New Kingdom period at locations with the same name in the West Bank of Luxor in Egypt. Wall built in the 12th century BC it had reached 60 feet high (nearly 18 meters) and 75,000 square feet filled with relief decoration and history. The walls are relatively well maintained and surrounded by a large mudbrick enclosure.
And now the wall has become one of the walls - the walls of the historic and famous in the world.

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