Travels in Finland and abroad

December 4, 2019

Nile cruise1 / Crucero por el Nilo1 / Croisière sur le Nil1 / Cruzeiro no Nilo1

In English:

Temple of Karnak

General information.

In 2011, we spent one-week vacation on the Nile cruise in Egypt. We bought all-inclusive package tour, including flights between Helsinki and Hurghada, transfers between Aswan and Hurghada, all visits on ancient temples, nights on a cruise boat with food and drinks.

How it was! Awesome. All the temples leave on visitors an unforgettable impression. There is much to see and to shoot photos. I shot 1926 photos of which I’ll present 361 in eight posts! We visited to these temples: Karnak, Luxor, Kom Ombo, Philae, Hatsesup, Colossi of Memnon.

The cruise is like making a time travel, travelling back in history for thousands of years. The scenery changes slowly and life along the banks of the Nile seems to be slow life, no hurry. From time to time we encountered other cruise ships, onshore we saw bovines, camels, fishermen, shacks, debris, palm trees, distant mountains, and as the evening progresses, spectacular sunsets.

The slow life continues on a cruise boat, eating, drinking ,sun bathing, admiring sceneries, resting and swimming in a pool. Everyday worries and care are behind and it’s time to enjoy life. The mind is filled with the excitement of waiting to see all those old temples.

This post:

This post shows you Temple of Karnak in Luxor with 51 photos. It dates from around 2055 BC to around 100 AD. Avenue of sphinxes welcome you at the entrance. The row of them is impressive. You cannot pass them without stopping and shooting photos. When walking around the temple area, the gaze rises all the time up, because the columns around are up to 20 meters high. All the statues require time to study and to admire the high skill of artists, although the tooth of time has gnawed at them. Here and there we saw that parts of them were destroyed intentionally. Man feels himself small and humble among these historical constructions.

After photos I have selected some links.

En español:

Templo de Karnak

Información general.

En 2011, pasamos una semana de vacaciones en el crucero por el Nilo en Egipto. Compramos un paquete turístico con todo incluido, incluidos vuelos entre Helsinki y Hurghada, traslados entre Aswan y Hurghada, todas las visitas a templos antiguos, noches en un crucero con comidas y bebidas.
¡Fue maravilloso! Increíble. Todos los templos dejan en los visitantes una impresión inolvidable. Hay mucho para ver y tomar fotos. ¡Saqué 1926 fotos de las cuales presentaré 361 en ocho publicaciones! Visitábamos a estos templos: Karnak, Lúxor, Kom Ombo, Philae, Hatshepsut, Colosos de Memnon.

El crucero es como viajar en el tiempo, viajar en la historia durante miles de años. El paisaje cambia lentamente y la vida a lo largo de las orillas del Nilo parece ser lenta, sin prisas. De vez en cuando nos encontramos con otros cruceros, en tierra vimos bovinos, camellos, pescadores, chozas, escombros, palmeras, montañas distantes y, a medida que avanza la noche, espectaculares puestas de sol. La vida lenta continúa en un crucero, comiendo, bebiendo, tomando el sol, admirando paisajes, descansando y nadando en una piscina. Las preocupaciones y los cuidados cotidianos están atrás y es hora de disfrutar la vida. La mente está llena de la emoción de esperar para ver todos esos viejos templos.

Esta publicación:

Esta publicación vos muestra el Templo de Karnak en Lúxor, con 51 fotos. Data de alrededor de 2055 a. C. a alrededor de 100 d. C. La avenida de las esfinges le da la bienvenida en la entrada. La fila de ellos es impresionante. No puede pasar las sin detenerse y tomar fotos. Al caminar alrededor del área del templo, la mirada se eleva todo el tiempo, porque las columnas alrededor tienen hasta 20 metros de altura. Todas las estatuas requieren tiempo para estudiar y admirar la gran habilidad de los artistas, aunque el diente del tiempo las ha roído. Aquí y allá vemos que partes de ellas se destruyen intencionalmente. El hombre se siente pequeño y humilde entre estas construcciones históricas.

En francais:

Temple de Karnak

Informations générales.

En 2011, nous avons passé une semaine sur la croisière sur le Nil en Égypte. Nous avons acheté un forfait tout compris, comprenant les vols entre Helsinki et Hurghada, les transferts entre Assouan et Hurghada, toutes les visites dans des temples anciens, des nuits en bateau de croisière avec nourriture et boissons.

Comment c’était! Impressionnant. Tous les temples laissent aux visiteurs une impression inoubliable et profonde. Il y a beaucoup à voir et à prendre des photos. J’ai pris 1926 photos dont 361 dans huit messages! Nous avons visité ces temples: Karnak, Louxor, Kom Ombo, Philae, Hatsesup, Colosses de Memnon.

La croisière est comme un voyage dans le temps, remonter dans l’histoire depuis des milliers d’années. Le paysage change lentement et la vie sur les rives du Nil semble être lente, sans hâte. De temps en temps, nous rencontrâmes d’autres navires de croisière. À terre, nous voyions des bovins, des chameaux, des pêcheurs, des cabanes, des débris, des palmiers, des montagnes lointaines et, au fil de la soirée, des couchers de soleil spectaculaires. La vie lente continue sur le bateau de croisière: manger, boire, se bronzer, admirer des paysages, se reposer et nager dans une piscine. Les soucis et les soins quotidiens sont derrière et il est temps de profiter de la vie. L’esprit est plein d’attente de voir tous ces vieux temples.

Ce post:

Cet article vous montre le temple de Karnak à Louxor avec 51 photos. Il date d’environ 2055 av. J.-C. à environ 100 ap. L’allée de sphinx vous souhaite la bienvenue à l’entrée. Leur ligne est impressionnante. Vous ne pouvez pas les passer sans arrêter et prendre des photos. Lorsque vous vous promenez dans la zone du temple, le regard se lève tout le temps, car les colonnes atteignent 20 mètres de haut. Toutes les statues demandent du temps pour étudier et admirer la grande compétence des artistes, même si la dent du temps les a rongées. Ici et là, nous avons vu que certaines de leurs parties doivent être détruites intentionnellement. L’homme se sent petit et humble parmi ces constructions historiques.

Em português:

Templo de Karnak

Informação geral.

Em 2011, passamos uma semana de férias no cruzeiro do Nilo no Egito. Compramos um pacote com tudo incluído, incluindo voos entre Helsinque e Hurghada, transferências entre Aswan e Hurghada, todas as visitas a templos antigos, noites em um barco de cruzeiro com alimentos e bebidas.

Como foi! Impressionante. Todos os templos deixavam aos visitantes uma impressão inesquecível. Havia muito para ver e tirar fotos. Tirei 1926 fotos, das quais vou apresentar 361 em oito postagens! Visitamos esses templos: Carnaque, Luxor, Kom Ombo, Philae, Hatsetsup, Colossos de Mêmnon.

O cruzeiro é como fazer uma viagem no tempo, viajando de volta à história por milhares de anos. O cenário muda lentamente e a vida ao longo das margens do Nilo parece ser lenta, sem pressa. De tempos em tempos, encontramos outros navios de cruzeiro; em terra, vimos bovinos, camelos, pescadores, barracos, destroços, palmeiras, montanhas distantes e, à medida que a noite avança, pôr do sol espetacular. A vida lenta continua em um barco de cruzeiro, comendo, bebendo, tomando banho de sol, admirando paisagens, descansando e nadando em uma piscina. As preocupações e os cuidados diários estão atrasados e é hora de aproveitar a vida. A mente está cheia da emoção de esperar para ver todos aqueles velhos templos.

Esta postagem:

Este post mostra o templo de Karnak em Luxor, com 51 fotos. Remonta de cerca de 2055 aC a cerca de 100 dC. A avenida das esfinges dá-lhe as boas vindas na entrada. A fila deles é impressionante. Você não pode passar-las sem parar e tirar fotos. Ao caminhar pela área do templo, seu olhar sobe de vez em quando, porque as colunas ao redor têm até 20 metros de altura. Todas as estátuas precisam de tempo para estudar e admirar a alta habilidade dos artistas, embora o dente do tempo as tenha mordido elas. Aqui e ali, vemos que partes delas são destruídas intencionalmente. O homem se sente pequeno e humilde entre essas construções históricas.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karnak

Karnak Temple

https://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions-/karnak-temple-complex-of-karnak-egy-qena-karn.htm

73 Comments »

  1. Wonderful tour of Karnak. I used to live in Egypt and this brings back great memories.

    Comment by leggypeggy — December 4, 2019 @ 07:18 | Reply

    • Hello Peggy.

      How nice that you lived in Egypt and my photos My pictures evoked memories you – sounds great. Thank you commenting.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 07:55 | Reply

  2. Fascinating adventure on the River Nile, a journey going back in time thousands of years! Wow!

    Comment by Peter Klopp — December 4, 2019 @ 08:31 | Reply

    • Hello Peter.

      Thank you coming with us thru my photos to experience this adventure.

      Have a great day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 08:33 | Reply

  3. That does look amazing, a one in a lifetime trip!

    Comment by utesmile — December 4, 2019 @ 09:13 | Reply

    • Hello Ute.

      Life time trip – yes indeed it was! 🙂 Thank you.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 11:01 | Reply

  4. It looks to be a fascinating place to visit and your photos are lovely. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Comment by Cathy — December 4, 2019 @ 10:25 | Reply

    • Hello Cathy.

      This was only the start. There were so much to see and explore there. Thank you for your kind words!

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 11:09 | Reply

      • I can imagine! What a place!

        Comment by Cathy — December 4, 2019 @ 12:55 | Reply

  5. Bonjour Matti,
    Des photos à la mesure de ce très beau voyage, j’espère qu’Hercule Poirot n’a pas été appelé d’urgence pour mener une enquête lors de la croisière !! 😉
    Bises et bonne journée.

    Comment by Marion B. — December 4, 2019 @ 11:00 | Reply

    • Bonjour Marion.

      Bien dit Marion. Dans un prochain article, je montrerai des photos de L’hôtel Old Cataract, où Agatha Christie a fait un extrait de son extrait de Roman, La mort sur le Nil. 🙂 Merci.

      Bisous et bonne journée aussi.

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 11:22 | Reply

    • 🙂

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 11:35 | Reply

  6. How wonderful Matti, The memories of this cruise will stay with you for a lifetime. Thank you for sharing!

    Comment by Little Miss Traveller — December 4, 2019 @ 11:51 | Reply

    • Hello Marion.

      You are right. Making of these posts (8), refreshed our memories and photos reinforced them. Thank you leaving your kind comment.

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 12:05 | Reply

  7. Preciosas las fotos Matti.
    Las mías están en analógico y……………..repaso contigo mi experiencia.
    Egipto es fascinante y el templo de Karnak, maravilloso.
    Gracias por recordarme muy buenos momentos.

    Comment by Si, Soy Gallega — December 4, 2019 @ 12:34 | Reply

    • Hola Louisa.

      ¡Qué bueno que hayas estado en Karnak! Cuando éramos más jóvenes viajábamos aquí y allá. ¡Significa que también tenemos fotos antes de la época de las cámaras digitales! Recientemente encontramos una foto presentándonos tomada por las Cataratas del Niágara del año 1992. Ahora está en nuestro librero. Muchas gracies.

      Abrazos.

      Comment by Sartenada — December 4, 2019 @ 12:48 | Reply

      • Excelente Matti. Es una pena perder las fotos analógicas que traen consigo tantos buenos recuerdos.
        Saludos

        Comment by Si, Soy Gallega — December 5, 2019 @ 01:03 | Reply

  8. Hello! The Karnak temple in Luxor, Egypt is a wonderful temple with a history. A relaxing Nile cruise is also great. I envy your journey. Have a good day!

    Comment by wakasahs15th — December 4, 2019 @ 13:52 | Reply

    • Hello wakasahs15th.

      I am glad that you loved my post and ist photos. Thank you.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 07:22 | Reply

  9. Thank you for these beautiful photos of this stunning site. I imagine that you could almost feel the history as you walked through this temple. That feeling also comes through your pictures. Amazing”

    Comment by seniorhiker — December 4, 2019 @ 14:41 | Reply

    • Hello George.

      Thank you leaving so kind comment! Your words made me very glad.

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 07:24 | Reply

  10. A cruise along the Nile sounds like a wonderful way to enjoy the area. Those are beautiful photos!

    Comment by runningtotravel — December 4, 2019 @ 15:51 | Reply

    • Hello runningtotravel.

      Our Cruise vacation will stay in our minds all the rest of our life. Thank you.

      Have a great day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 07:27 | Reply

  11. Has tenido suerte de poder ir a Egipto antes de que se hiciera peligroso viajar a él. Matti. Agradezco tu generosidad de compartir tantas y tan magníficas fotografías, ellas nos permiten viajar allí virtualmente.
    Un gran abrazo.

    Comment by Isabel F. Bernaldo de Quirós — December 4, 2019 @ 17:05 | Reply

    • Hola Isabel.

      ¡Qué hermoso comentario dejaste! Tus palabras me alegraron mucho. Gracias.

      Abrazos!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 07:30 | Reply

  12. I was just overwelmed by huge pillars.

    Comment by 洋子 — December 4, 2019 @ 19:12 | Reply

    • Hello Yoko.

      Thank you for your praising words. When walking there we felt we were in another world!

      Have a great day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 07:47 | Reply

  13. wahhh! merci pour tous ces détails, c’est impressionnant et magnifique! bises et belles soirée, Matti

    Comment by malyloup — December 4, 2019 @ 21:45 | Reply

    • Bonjour Maly.

      C’était une fois dans la vie l’expérience ! 🙂 Merci.

      Bonne journée à vous et bises.

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 09:26 | Reply

  14. Hello Mr Matti,
    Good morning from Japan. It’s incredible to view the photos! I believe it was a truly exciting time, and am amazed by the architecture. Thank you for sharing and I look forward to to see more from your photos collection 🙂

    Comment by T Ibara Photo — December 5, 2019 @ 01:25 | Reply

    • Hello Takami.

      Thank you for your praising comment! I love it.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 09:42 | Reply

  15. Hello (^^)
    The Egyptian civilization that blossomed in the Nile basin is a wonderful word. I think there is an opportunity to visit here, but I don’t think there is an opportunity.
    I felt like you visited with the uploaded photos.
    Have a good day.

    Comment by saganhama — December 5, 2019 @ 02:35 | Reply

    • Hello Saganhama.

      Thank you for lovely comment. It made me very glad.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 09:45 | Reply

  16. Thank you for sharing these fascinating photos. Egypt has long been a dream destination, but I will need to dream on, at least for now.
    Warm greetings,
    Tanja

    Comment by tanjabrittonwriter — December 5, 2019 @ 04:53 | Reply

    • Hello Tanja.

      I am glad that you left your praising comment. Thank you.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 5, 2019 @ 09:49 | Reply

  17. What a trip! I have never seen photos of these types of Egyptian ruins – only pyramids. These enormous structures with all the carvings and writings are spectacular, especially those columns! I look forward to your future posts. Thank you!

    Comment by Marilyn Albright — December 5, 2019 @ 15:29 | Reply

    • Hello Marilyn.

      Thank you praising my post and its photos. I am sure that you will love also my future posts!

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 6, 2019 @ 09:17 | Reply

  18. Those pillars are amazing! Wonderful photos ,looking forward to seeing more!

    Comment by Deb — December 6, 2019 @ 04:00 | Reply

    • Hello Deb.

      How nice to read that you loved my photos! I am sure that you will not be disappointed in the future. Thank you for your kind words!

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 6, 2019 @ 09:20 | Reply

  19. I am waiting to go myself, having seen so much on the television. Though judging by your photos the crowds have also returned.

    Comment by graham mcquade — December 6, 2019 @ 15:28 | Reply

    • Hello Graham.

      To experience all this personally is the best way! Thank you vising my blog and leave your comment.

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 7, 2019 @ 08:31 | Reply

  20. I have read many times that a cruise on the Nile is one of the best ways to visit Egypt. I enjoyed your tour thus far and look forward to more.

    Comment by Sue Slaght — December 6, 2019 @ 16:33 | Reply

    • Hello Sue.

      You are right, I suppose. The number of photos which, I took and the number of photos which I will present in eight future posts, confirm it. Thank you for your praising words.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 7, 2019 @ 08:54 | Reply

  21. Wao! here is Egypt!
    I am suprise this big stone arts.
    Man power is big!

    Comment by キース — December 7, 2019 @ 10:19 | Reply

    • Hello Keith.

      Yes, they are incredibly huge. How did they manage to erect them? ありがとう.

      良い 週末!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 7, 2019 @ 10:29 | Reply

  22. This is an adventure we would like to do one day. Amazing photos!

    Comment by the eternal traveller — December 7, 2019 @ 23:18 | Reply

    • Hello Carol.

      This indeed a special theme Holiday. We love it yet today. Maybe you will it someday. Thank you leaving your praising words.

      Happy Sunday!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 8, 2019 @ 08:10 | Reply

  23. We were there last month. You took much better photos than I did. Magnificent place!

    Comment by Amy — December 8, 2019 @ 16:13 | Reply

    • Hello Amy.

      How nice that you visited there!!! So much to see and experience. 🙂

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 9, 2019 @ 07:40 | Reply

  24. Quite incredible isn’t it? How could anyone not be in awe? 🙂 🙂 Fantastic photos!

    Comment by restlessjo — December 8, 2019 @ 23:11 | Reply

    • Hello Johanna.

      Thank you praising my photos! I am glad that you loved them, although my camera was old! Nile cruise is a great way to see monuments and life there.

      Happy new week!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 9, 2019 @ 08:06 | Reply

  25. Wonderful post ❤ We want to go on a Nile cruise the next years, finally. So far we have been there a couple of times in Hurghada and El Gouna. Greets, Frauke

    Comment by wolke205 — December 9, 2019 @ 15:19 | Reply

    • Hello Frauke.

      Sounds great. Our flight arrived and departed from Hurghada, which means that we did not see it well. Nile cruise is absolutely worth to do. Thank you leaving so nice comment.

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 10, 2019 @ 07:38 | Reply

  26. Your photos are so well done!

    Comment by arvitrekking — December 10, 2019 @ 02:50 | Reply

    • Hello Arvi.

      Thank you praising my photos!

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 10, 2019 @ 07:49 | Reply

  27. You had a nice day for photos. We loved our trip to Egypt, from Cairo to Abu Simbel, especially the Valley of the Kings, and the Cairo Museum.

    Comment by Rich Allan — December 14, 2019 @ 18:09 | Reply

    • Hello Rich.

      Thank you praising my photos. It seems that your trip to Egypt mast have been very interesting according to those places where you visited! Egypt offer a huge variety of sites where to admire ancient life.

      Happy Sunday!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 15, 2019 @ 09:00 | Reply

  28. Huge respect for writing in 4 languages! Presenting it in multiple ways gives such a flavor to it 🙂

    Comment by Erik Grigorescu — December 22, 2019 @ 14:21 | Reply

    • Hello Erik.

      Well, maybe this is “abnormal”, but many of us in Finland speaks three different languages. In my family, we have learnt many languages. I understand also German and Swedish. My wife all these and Russian. Now she is learning also Italian. The fact is, that more languages you know, easier it is learning a new language. Thank you commenting.

      Have a good day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 23, 2019 @ 08:02 | Reply

      • It’s a wonderful place to grow up in, then! As a Hungarian, we were always taught that our language is in relation with Finnish, and that these two languages are very different from the European ones. The fact is true indeed, I started to study Dutch in the beginning of this year, by the end of the year it became my 3rd language, and I could too, read a bit of Norwegian and understand German. The more languages you speak, the more beauty you find in the way they work as well!
        P.S. Merry Christmas! 🙂

        Comment by Erik Grigorescu — December 24, 2019 @ 13:12 | Reply

        • Hello Erik.

          Norwegian is for us easy to read, but speaking is another thing. Swedish and Norwegian are so similar. Due to German, we can understand some of Dutch, but not spoken language.

          Happy new year also.

          Comment by Sartenada — December 25, 2019 @ 09:02 | Reply

  29. The Nile Admiral is such a beautiful looking cruise boat. To be up close and walk among these ancient temples would be such an incredible experience. Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

    Comment by Canuck Carl — December 24, 2019 @ 21:40 | Reply

    • Hello Carl.

      How nice that you visited my blog, although it is Christmas. Nile Admiral was gorgeous ship and its personnel was very kind and professional. Our cruise will stay in our mind long tie due to photos and of course my post will help us to live again it. Thank you commenting.

      Happy Holidays and good New Year.

      Comment by Sartenada — December 25, 2019 @ 09:06 | Reply

  30. What a memorable journey being able to step back in time like that.

    Comment by Karen — December 25, 2019 @ 17:53 | Reply

    • Hello Karen.

      Memorable – yes indeed! Thank you commenting.

      Happy Valentine’s Day!

      Comment by Sartenada — December 26, 2019 @ 07:33 | Reply

  31. Gracias por este viajes, nos llevaste en tu equipaje.

    Comment by guillergalo — January 2, 2020 @ 02:15 | Reply

    • Hola guillergalo.

      Gracias por tu amable comentario. Me alegro de que te haya gustado.Feliz año nuevo 2020

      Comment by Sartenada — January 2, 2020 @ 07:55 | Reply

  32. Bonsoir, quelles belles photos de ce site magnifique! Cette croisière a du être magique. Merci pour le partage et meilleurs vœux pour 2020 à vous 2 😊

    Comment by Chantaki — January 8, 2020 @ 22:09 | Reply

    • Bonjour Chantaki.

      Oui c’était. Je suis content que tu aies aimé mon post. Je vous remercie. Reçois mes voeux les meilleurs pour une année 2020 sereine, santé et bonheur?

      Bonne journée à vous.

      Comment by Sartenada — January 9, 2020 @ 07:33 | Reply

  33. Really fascinating!!

    Comment by Selvi K — January 11, 2020 @ 06:09 | Reply

    • Hello Selvi.

      How nice to read, that you loved my post! Thank you.

      Happy weekend!

      Comment by Sartenada — January 11, 2020 @ 08:31 | Reply


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