Temple On Nile To Be Saved 1964

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Abu Simbel, Egypt.

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LS. Large paddle steamer on Nile arriving by the great Temple of Rameses II. MS. Tourists leaving steamer and walking on the sandy shore. GV. The temple of Abu Simbel which is cut into the side of hill. VS. Carvings, etc. in the walls of the...



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