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Hatshepsuts Temple, Luxor


In what is being billed as the biggest archaeological find in Egypt since the 1922 discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb Egyptologists say they have identified the 3,000-year-old mummy of Hatshepsut, Egypt's most powerful female ruler. DNA from the mummy has been matched with a tooth that is engraved with Hatsheput's name.

Hatshepsuts Temple is one of the most visited monuments in Egypt and if you watch the video you can see why.

View a video of Hatshepsuts Temple on Google Maps

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