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English: Kalabsha or 'Old' Kalabsha (Arabic: Bab al-Kalabsha - "Gate of Kalabsha"; Ancient Greek: Ταλμις, Talmis) - is an Ancient Egyptian settlement and archaeological site now located under Lake Nasser, in Nubia, southern Egypt. It was formerly located on the Nile river near Aswan, above the First Cataract.
archaeological site in Egypt
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Instance of archaeological site,
Part of Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to Philae
LocationAswan Governorate, Egypt
Heritage designation
Elevation above sea level
  • 191 ±1 m
23° 36′ 00″ N, 32° 49′ 12″ E
Authority control
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