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The fallen statue of Ramses.

The fallen statue of Ramses. Wadi al-Sebua, New Sebua, Upper Egypt, Egypt. When Wadi al-Sebua was moved to save it from the rising waters of Lake Nasser this fallen statue was moved to the same relative possition some 100 metres from the actual temple.

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The fallen statue of Ramses.

The fallen statue of Ramses.

The fallen statue of Ramses. Wadi al-Sebua, New Sebua, Upper Egypt, Egypt. When Wadi al-Sebua was moved to save it from the rising waters of Lake Nasser this fallen statue was moved to the same relative possition some 100 metres from the actual temple.