Philae Temple, built on an island in the Nile during the Ptolemaic period. It was relocated to this higher site on an adjacent islet after repeated flodding by the Aswan Dam. The relocation was completed just in time, as the construction of the Aswan High Dam would have permamnently innundated it.
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