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I can't imagine anything so amazingly beautiful and striking to behold , and I'd gladly take a menial position , just to work there . This is the tomb of Nefertari , wife of Rameses the second . She's buried in the Valley of the Queens , in Luxor . The dazzling 3,500 year old colours are breathtaking , in my opinion . Visitors aren't allowed , so I guess I'd have to be the janitor , just to be in there . Her name means " beautiful companion " and I can't argue with that . I find both her and the tomb to be utterly mesmerising . Are you interested by this type of thing ?
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g2714572

  26 days ago
Better to watch I'd be in no enclosed spaces thanks very much Steve:) tombs ....im out on that one so no ! ...but see the attraction to watch the Doc on it ! ! Reply
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SimonGUK

  27 days ago
Are you sure you could manage the stairs?
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They do virtual tours, so perhaps you could be a virtual custodian?
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Chris563

  27 days ago
Lovely, I would love to go there. Reply
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Wafaa_T

  27 days ago
Beautiful, great choice Steve. Reply
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TheOldDragonsPaul

  27 days ago
OK Lord Spartan ~ I'll come and give you a helping hand to sweep the floor! Reply
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trevjohn

  27 days ago
Mesmerising... Like Wafaa and what's down her coal hole - except rumour has it the wall art there consists mainly pics of dumper trucks, cement mixers and other heavy plant DERV's interspersed with misc dinosaurs... Reply
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DS4291

  27 days ago
What beautifully intricate and detailed images and art work. Stunning and fascinating. Very interesting to see these breath taking Egyptian images and hear about the history of the tomb of Nefertari. Reply
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