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Esna is an Egyptian town in the region of Upper Egypt, located on the west bank of the river Nile some 54 km south of Luxor and 53 km north of Edfu.

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  • the Temple of Esna, open October-May 6am-5.30pm, June-September 6am-6.30pm, admission LE 15 - the large Graeco-Roman period Temple of Khnum at Esna is situated rather oddly beneath the level of the modern streets and houses, the result of its excavation from the accumulated debris of the town.

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