Category:Kiosk of Trajan in Philae

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Trajan's Kiosk 
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Part of Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to Philae
LocationAgilkia island, Aswan Governorate, Egypt
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24° 01′ 30.36″ N, 32° 53′ 04.56″ E

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Quiosco de Trajano (es); Quiosque de Trajano (pt); Trajan's Kiosk (en); Trajanus kiosk (sv); Quiosc de Trajà (ca); Кіёск Траяна (be) temple egipci (ca)

Trajan's Kiosk, a hypaethral temple, is one of the largest Ancient Egyptian monuments standing today at the island of Agilika, which was constructed by the Roman Emperor, Trajan. It was originally built at the island of Philae (near the lower Aswan Dam).


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