Temple of Sedeinga, Port Sudan

#17 of 17 in Historic Sites in Sudan
See the ruins of Temple of Sedeinga, dedicated to royal queen Tiye. Her husband, Amenophis III dedicated many shrines in her memory and built this temple, which today lies in ruin. Here, people worshipped queen Tiye as a goddess because her husband considered her to be one--so remains from that period include their love story and their names paired on various items. Our Port Sudan trip builder site makes visiting Temple of Sedeinga and other Port Sudan attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Sadenga and Sai Island have a look on your way to Wadi Halfa or from Soleb, it is not far away from asphalt road. Need some care and lot attention.  more »
  • Very hard to interpret this site as only a few pieces of column and lintels remain. There was some archaeological work being done across the road by the French the day we were there.  more »
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