The Temple of KomOmbo is one of the most famous landmarks of Aswan, visited by millions of Egyptians and foreigners alike. In the following paragraphs we will find all the information about the Temple of KomOmbo in detail.

Date of foundation of the temple:

The temple of KomOmbo was founded during the reign of Ptolemy VI Philometor. The temple was not decorated until after the Roman era under the reign of Emperor Tiberius and was founded with the purpose of worshiping the god Subic, symbolizing the head of the crocodile and the god Horus.

This temple is located in the southern part of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the magnificent city of Aswan. This temple is characterized by inscriptions, drawings and hieroglyphics which have a great role to explain life and life in that period of time. The decoration is designed in the original Egyptian style. Harmony and beauty.


In this temple there is a “doctor” which explains the tools that were used in the surgery to treat patients, where there are drawings of scissors and scalpels and hooks and other medical tools used by the Pharaohs of old, and there are some paintings that show the steps to perform surgery.

The KomOmbo temple has many columns, especially at the outer base and then a smaller base that extends to the inner courtyard where it ends with two chambers dedicated to the worship of God Gores and the Subic god. It is unusual to build a temple dedicated to worshiping both gods simultaneously.

This temple was considered famous for the worship of good and evil in the same place, where the god Sobik was considered the god of evil, and the god Horus is considered the god of goodness among the ancient Egyptians, where they used to hunt or crocodile.

The meaning of the word KomOmbo:

KomOmbo is a word consisting of two parts, a word meaning a hill or plateau. The word “ambo” means gold.

Near the temple there is a museum called the Crocodile Temple, which features crocodile, crocodile and some pharaonic statues.


Design of the temple columns:

The pillars of the temple were designed with different designs. All of these designs were known before the Palatial era, with decorations in the form of Hathor heads, palm heads, lotus heads, papyrus heads and other Egyptian decorations.

The destination of the temple consists of 5 huge columns, and there are 15 columns inside the hall

Recently, a new archaeological discovery was discovered at KomOmbo Temple during the restoration and maintenance of the temple. It is an archeological element dating back to the reign of the Emperor Philip Erhadius, the half-brother of Alexander the Great.

Address Com Ombo:

KomOmbo is located on the eastern bank of the Nile, about 45 kilometers north of Aswan.

Ticket price:

– The ticket price per person is LE 30.

– Admission ticket for the student is 15 Egyptian pounds.

Dates of the KomOmbo Temple visit:

– From October to May: The temple is available for visits from 4 am to 4 pm.

– From June to September: The temple is available for visits from 6 am to 5 pm

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