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Egypt Sun Temple: 4500 old ancient ‘Sun Temple’ in Egypt, may be one of the four lost temples

Egypt Sun Temple

Egypt Sun Temple: Archaeologists have found an ancient sun temple in Egypt. This Sun temple is about 4500 years old. From the site of excavation, ruins of a temple made of mud brick and fragments of many utensils have been found. It is believed to be one of the lost Sun Temples of the Fifth Dynasty of Egypt.

Highlights
  • A 4500-year-old Sun Temple has been found in Egypt
  • This temple is found under the temple of King Nussere.
  • Believed to be one of the four sun temples lost

Cairo : You must have heard about Konark Sun Temple in India. It was built in the 13th century. But now an ancient temple has been discovered in Egypt. This temple is 4500 years old. Egyptian archaeologists have confirmed this. It is said that this mud-brick building is one of the lost Sun Temples of the Fifth Dynasty of Egypt. The Fifth Dynasty of Egypt lasted from 2465 to 2323 BC.

Egypt Sun Temple: 4500 old ancient 'Sun Temple' in Egypt

Egypt Sun Temple: 4500 old ancient ‘Sun Temple’ in EgyptThis temple is found under the temple of King Nussere in Abusir, south of Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and Tourism announced this exciting new discovery in a tweet on Saturday. “The Italian and Polish Archaeological Mission working at the temple of King Nussere at Abu Ghorab, north of Abu Sar, has found the remains of a mud-brick building under the temple,” the ministry said in a statement.

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