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Luxor Temple (Luxor, Egypt)

The construction of Luxor Temple, which is more than 3,000 years old, spanned the reigns of 3 different pharaohs before it was finished. The site — still used as a place of worship today — is especially impressive at night, when it’s all lit up.

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