By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Dendera, north of Luxor, to visit the Temple of Hathor, goddess of love and joy. This temple was built first by the Ptolemais, Ptolemy XII, and Cleopatra II; the Romans continued the decoration. The presence of several crypts characterizes the temple of Dendera. The most essential object kept in these crypts was a statue of the ba of Hathor. A 'birth house' is an independent structure located within the temple precinct; Mammisis were present in all significant temples built during the Greco-Roman era.
Then, he transferred to Abydos, one of the holiest sites in the world for the ancient Egyptians. It became a cult center for Osiris, the god of the underworld. Several temples are dedicated to Osiris; the most significant temple is the temple of Seti I. Seti's temple was built of limestone, but some parts were constructed with sandstone. The construction began under Seti and was completed during the reign of his son, Ramesses II.