The Temples at ABU SIMBEL, EGYPT Long before Ramses II, the site had been sacred to Hathor of Absek. The temple built by Ramses, however, was dedicated to the sun gods Amon-Re and Re-Horakhte. The place which first got me interested in Egyptology.
Temple of debod, originaly located in Egypt near aswan was built in the 2nd century BC as one small room then it was extended , was built as a tribute to the god Amon, after building aswan high dam it was relocated to Spain ,Madrid as a sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the temples of Abu Simbel, the Egyptian state donated the temple of Debod to Spain in 1968. The temple was rebuilt in one of Madrid's parks, the Parque del Oeste, near the Royal Palace of Madrid.
scene from the north wall of the Offering Hall of the rock-cut Temple of Amon, Khnum, Horus, and Ramses II, Lower Kush/Nubia (50 km south of Aswan, now called Beit Wali): King Ramses II, followed by Anukis bringing Royal Jubilees, offering wine and presenting the offerings to Khnum enthroned and Satis
This granite statue is known as 'Mentuhotep II Nebhepetre'. The original head and right hand were broken off and lost in antiquity. Really it is temple statue of Khety + 19th century AD head (RMO Leiden, Karnak Amon temple Granite form Aswan, 2025bc 11d). Commentary of rob koopman: 'This is no fake but of course the head is a 19th century later addition. Against tradition I would smile too if I would have been promoted to Pharao 4000 years later'. RIJKSMUSEUM VAN OUDHEDEN
The temple of Amada is located 20 KM to the south of Wadi es-Sebua, the area had also the temple of El-Derr and the tomb of Aniba. Amada is located at 115 KM to the south of Aswan. It was dedicated to the god Amon Ra, and RA Hor –Ahkty.