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Information About Queen Hatshepsut | History of Egypt

When we talk about Egypt we must mention its great history which is 7 thousand years ago
There are many kings, queens and queens in Egypt. The days of the Pharaohs. Today we will talk about Queen Hatshepsut. This kingdom has a temple in the palace of Egypt called Hatshepsut Temple. This temple is one of the most famous historical temples in Egypt and the world.
There are also many historical temples around the world but the history of great Egypt is different from the others

Hatshepsut Temple

It is one of the most beautiful and best preserved of all of Egypt's ancient challenges. The temple was built on three levels with two wide staircases in a central position joining the levels together.


If you want to see Hatshepsut Temple on nature I advise you to book your Egypt travel packages that includes all the tourist temples and there you will know what is Egypt and what is the land of Pharaohs.

The daughter of King Tutemus I, Hatshepsut became the queen of Egypt when she married her half brother, Totemus II, around the age of 12. Upon his death, she began acting as the successor to her child, the third child Totemus, but later took over the full powers of Pharaoh and became ruler of Egypt in 1473 BC. Hatshepsut also financed Egyptian trade and oversaw ambitious construction projects, particularly the monastery of Deir al-Bahr, located in the west of Tiba, where it will be buried. Hatshepsut (in its own order) remained as a male in many contemporary paintings and sculptures, largely unknown to scholars until the nineteenth century.


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Hatshepsut was the eldest of two daughters who were born to Bathos the First and Queen of the King, Ahmose. After her father's death, Hatshepsut, aged 12, became Queen of Egypt when she married her half-brother Thutmose II, the son of her father and one of his secondary wives, who inherited his father's throne around 1492 BC. They had one daughter, Nevers. Totem II the young man, around 1479 BC, went to the throne for his infant son, also born to a minor wife. According to custom, Hatshepsut began to work as the Third Vice-Totemus, dealing with the affairs of the state until its implantation came of age.

There are many and many to know about Egypt and the land of pharaohs all this information about the queen Hatshepsut and its history but you will enjoy more when you see these historic temples on the nature when you book your Egypt tour packages
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