The Temple of Horus at Edfu is the most well-preserved temple and is the second largest in Egypt after Karnak Temple. Partly due to the fact that it was built much later. This temple major's attraction is the falcon headed Horus, a sky god, which was born by the divine couple, Isis and Osiris. Later Horus avenged Osiris' death in a great battle at Edfu. Legend said, all pharaohs claimed that they are all reincarnated from Horus, the Living King.
|Inside the Court of Offerings, looking north to the Hypostyle Hall.|
|The pylon — at Temple Of Edfu.|
|One of the two views of the single granite statue of Horus at the Hypostyle Hall.|
Columns and reliefs in the Hypostyle Hall — at Temple Of Edfu.
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