Abu Simbel

So, I have exactly 5 main topics in all. I was so busy and so stressed that I was thinking
of not doing the page about Abu Simbel. Plus, I thought that it would be boring. I decided I would
love to learn about it. I did this small little thing on it. Here is my page on Abu Simbel.
The Abu Simbel Temples are two large rock temples at Abu Simbel, a village in Nubia, Northern Egypt.
Abu Simbel is really located in Southern Egypt, but we refer to it as Northern Egypt because the
Nile River flows from South to North. The temples are situated on the western bank of Lake
Nasser, about 230 Kilometers southwest of Aswan. The complex is part of the Nubian Monuments
world heritage site. The temples were originally carved out of the mountainside during the rein of the pharaoh
Ramose II. in the 13th century BC.  as a lasting  monument to himself  and his queen, Nefertari,
to commemorate his victory at the battle of Kodesh. Their huge, external rock relief figures have become iconic.
Abu Simbel is still open to this day. There is a hotel not too far from it called "Seti Hotel Abu Simbel". The
temple is only open on Wednesdays from 5A.M. to 6P.M. I did  not get any further information
on the resort hours.