With majestic ancient statues that can awaken respect to the observer, the complex temple of Karnak is one of the picturesque routes in the world, and it is no coincidence that in terms of numbers of annual visitors is second only to the pyramids of Giza. The imposing temple of Luxor and the Great Temple of Amon are only a part of this real marvel. Located on the right (relative to the source) of the Nile, the construction of the complex goes hand in hand with the ancient Egyptian history by presenting such an overlapping of successive structures. Notice how the name of the village of el-Karnak is more associated to the archaeological site that is not the village itself. In fact consists of three separate pens Templars respectively dedicated to Amun, his wife Mut divine, and the local God Montu, the complex is usually divided into four main parts of which only one accessible to tourists and the public: the Great Temple of Amon (open), the Temple of Montu, the temple of Mut and the Temple of Amenhotep IV, the tenth ruler of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. Obelisks wonderful, beautiful shrines, solemn pillars, beautiful hieroglyphs and much more will be able to charm those who go to visit this fascinating archaeological site. A must for anyone heading to Egypt and a must for lovers of culture and photography: Rich in history, in fact, the temple complex of Luxor presents a formidable scenario with many monumental places great thanks to the elements that constitute it.