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Kharga Oasis by Hanne Siegmeier cropped
 

 

 

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English: Kharga Oasis in the Libyan desert is the largest oasis known to exist in Western Egypt. It is located about 200 kilometres west of the Nile Valley. Kharga Oasis is also well known for featuring the well preserved Temple of Hibis--which was first built by pharaoh Psamtik II of the 26th Saite dynasty and subsequently decorated by the Persian king Darius I--as well as the 3rd to 7th century AD Christian cemetary of El-Bagawat. El-Bagawat is one of the earliest known Christian cemetaries in the world.
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