The Ehrenburg is the ruin of a spur castle nearthe village Brodenbach in Germany.
The castle had a very eventful history.
It was built on a rocky spur in the valley of the Ehrbach, a side valley of the River Moselle.
Once the fortified heart of a small imperial barony with estates between the Lower Moselle and Middle Rhine, it is today a cultural monument that hosts numerous events.
Abu Simbel honors Pharaoh Rameses II and his queen Nefertari, this temple was once situated in what is now Lake Nasser, close to the Sudan boarder, but was moved prior to construction of the dam to preserve this incredible temple from being lost under the artificial lake.
Pink Canyon is a hidden spot in The Valley of Fire, and arguably one of the most beautiful places in the state park that many tourists don’t know about.
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The Temple of Kom Ombo is the first stop on our Nile Cruise, the hieroglyphs here are much different then what you will see in Luxor, it’s very interesting to see the changes in techniques and even the gods that are depicted from temple to temple.
Had the most amazing time in Luxor, everyone in this city was so kind and helpful and I could not have asked for a more beautiful view to wake up to each morning. Now to slowly sail down the Nile River to Aswan ⚓️
Valley of Fire State Park is an absolute must if you plan on staying in Las Vegas for a couple of days.
I recommend setting aside your entire day for hiking and exploring the area’s Sandstone formations.
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