One of the most impressive temples in Egypt, Medinet Habu is both a temple complex and a complex of temples, for the great estate encompasses the main temple of Ramesses III and several smaller structures from earlier and later periods. The main temple itself is the best preserved of all the mortuary temples of Thebes - containing more than 7,000 sq. m (75,350 sq. ft) of decorated surfaces across its walls and providing an excellent example of the developed New Kingdom temple form and plan..The temple is aligned approximately south east to northwest, but conventionally the southeast side facing the Nile is described as east.
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