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Lake Nasser Collection

Lake Nasser is a large reservoir located in the south of Egypt and northern Sudan

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Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Abu Simbel temple

Abu Simbel temple
View of the massive rock Sun Temple Of Ramses II at Abu Simbel situated on the western bank of Lake Nasser

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Philae, Egypt, 1984. The Temple of Isis, an important Egyptian goddess, dating from around 700 BC, located on the island of Philae and moved here in 1960 after the creation of Lake Nasser

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Detail of wall painting from Egyptian temple salvaged from Nubian land flooded by Lake Nasser

Detail of wall painting from Egyptian temple salvaged from Nubian land flooded by Lake Nasser, National Museum, Khartoum, Sudan, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: High Dam, Aswan, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

High Dam, Aswan, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, Statues and Temple of Ramses II, main chamber, reliefs

Egypt, Abu Simbel, Statues and Temple of Ramses II, main chamber, reliefs

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Philae, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Philae, Egypt, 1984. The Temple of Isis, an important Egyptian goddess, dating from around 700 BC, located on the island of Philae and moved here in 1960 after the creation of Lake Nasser

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. The massive rock carved temples and UNESCO Heritage Site built for and by the Pharoah Ramesses II c. 1300 BC, moved to this site in 1958, near Lake Nasser, Egypt

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. The massive rock carved temples and UNESCO Heritage Site built for and by the Pharoah Ramesses II c. 1300 BC, moved to this site in 1958, near Lake Nasser, Egypt

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1984. The massive rock carved temples and UNESCO Heritage Site built for and by the Pharoah Ramesses II c. 1300 BC, moved to this site in 1958, near Lake Nasser, Egypt

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: toursit walking through the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River

toursit walking through the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: General view of the Ptolemaic and Roman era temple of Kalabasha

General view of the Ptolemaic and Roman era temple of Kalabasha, here photographed in its original location before 1970, when a UNESCO mission refurbished to prevent its destruction

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Upper Egypt. Aswan. The power station on Lake Nasser

Upper Egypt. Aswan. The power station on Lake Nasser Egypt Aswan. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Two colossal statues of Ramses II on the right side of the faade of the Great Temple of Abu

Two colossal statues of Ramses II on the right side of the faade of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel, in Lower Nubia. The temple is seen in its present location after being moved to make way for

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view)

Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view) Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Temple of Gerf Hussein

Temple of Gerf Hussein
Woodcuts of Temple of Gerf Hussein, Per Path, Nubia, Egypt, showing facade and floor plan. Original site is flooded by Lake Nasser

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Tourist walking throuhg the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River

Tourist walking throuhg the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt

Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, Temple of Nefertari and Hathor

Egypt, Abu Simbel, Temple of Nefertari and Hathor

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view)

Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view) Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view)

Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view) Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view)

Lake Nasser reservoir upstream of the Aswan Dam (top view) Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands

From the dam on Lake Nasser and its islands Egypt. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Ibsamboul, Les Deux Speos;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852. Creator: Maxime du Camp

Ibsamboul, Les Deux Speos;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852. Creator: Maxime du Camp
Ibsamboul, Les Deux Speos; Nubie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 101 from the album " egypte, nubie, palestine et syrie" (1852)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Detail from the Great Temple, Abu Sunbul, Egypt, 1852 (b / w photo)

Detail from the Great Temple, Abu Sunbul, Egypt, 1852 (b / w photo)
1080217 Detail from the Great Temple, Abu Sunbul, Egypt, 1852 (b/w photo) by Du Camp, Maxime (1822-94); New York Public Library, USA; (add.info.: Ramesses II (born c)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Trajans kiosk on the Isle of Philae, Egypt

Trajans kiosk on the Isle of Philae, Egypt
19th century vintage photograph: View of Trajans kiosk on the Isle of Philae, Egypt. The structure, also known as the Pharaohs Bed, was erected under Emperor Trajan (AD 53-117)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Philae, taken from the pylon of the Great Temple, c. 1880 (b / w photo)

Philae, taken from the pylon of the Great Temple, c. 1880 (b / w photo)
498334 Philae, taken from the pylon of the Great Temple, c.1880 (b/w photo) by Sebah, J. Pascal (1823-1886); Private Collection; (add.info.: Philae is an island in Lake Nasser, Egypt.); Lebanese

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Exterior View of the two temples at Abu Simbul, from Plates illustrative of

Exterior View of the two temples at Abu Simbul, from Plates illustrative of
STC255385 Exterior View of the two temples at Abu Simbul, from Plates illustrative of the Researches in Egypt and Nubia, published 1822 by Belzoni

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: The Temple of Isis on the Island of Philae, c. 1907-10 (w / c on paper)

The Temple of Isis on the Island of Philae, c. 1907-10 (w / c on paper)
492663 The Temple of Isis on the Island of Philae, c.1907-10 (w/c on paper) by Somerscales, John (1846-1945); 16.5x28 cm; Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, Lancashire

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: General View of Philae, c. 1880 (b / w photo)

General View of Philae, c. 1880 (b / w photo)
498354 General View of Philae, c.1880 (b/w photo) by Sebah, J. Pascal (1823-1886); Private Collection; (add.info.: Philae is an island in Lake Nasser, Egypt)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Philae, c. 1860-80 (b / w photo)

Philae, c. 1860-80 (b / w photo)
498355 Philae, c.1860-80 (b/w photo) by Beato, Antonio (1832-1906); Private Collection; (add.info.: Philae is an island in Lake Nasser, Egypt)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Excavated Temple of Abu Simbel, from 'Egypt and Nubia', Vol. 1 (litho)

Excavated Temple of Abu Simbel, from "Egypt and Nubia", Vol. 1 (litho)
STC67179 Excavated Temple of Abu Simbel, from " Egypt and Nubia", Vol.1 (litho) by Roberts, David (1796-1864); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Scottish, out of copyright

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Detail of the Great Temple, Abu Sundul, Nubia, Egypt, 1852 (b / w photo)

Detail of the Great Temple, Abu Sundul, Nubia, Egypt, 1852 (b / w photo)
1080218 Detail of the Great Temple, Abu Sundul, Nubia, Egypt, 1852 (b/w photo) by Du Camp, Maxime (1822-94); New York Public Library, USA; (add.info.: Ramesses II (born c)

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Upper Egypt, south of Aswan. Abu Simbel Temple of Ramses II (World Heritage Site)

Upper Egypt, south of Aswan. Abu Simbel Temple of Ramses II (World Heritage Site), columns in interior chambers

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt

Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt

Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageLake Nasser Collection: Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt

Guradian at the Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa



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Lake Nasser Collection

Lake Nasser is a large reservoir located in the south of Egypt and northern Sudan. It was created as a result of the construction of the Aswan High Dam across the Nile River in 1970. The lake is 550 km long, 35 km wide at its widest point, and has an average depth of about 180 m. It holds about 132 cubic kilometers of water and is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Lake Nasser provides irrigation for both Egypt and Sudan, as well as hydroelectric power for both countries. The lake also supports a thriving fishing industry, with over 200 species being caught by local fishermen each year. In addition to its economic benefits, it also serves as an important habitat for many species of birds and animals that depend on it for food or shelter.
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