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  • Karishma Rajcomar

    Around the World with Lays South Africa: I would love to enjoy some #Lays moments at the Abu Simbel, Ramesses Temple, in Egypt. These temples, were cut into the natural rock & lapped by the Nile. I can only imagine how many great #Lays moments were enjoyed outside this temple & hopefully one day I will be lucky enough to enjoy my special #lays moments here too

  • Susy Balcázar

    Templo de Abu Simbel (Egipto): Situado al sur del país, es un emplazamiento de interés arqueológico que posee en su interior dos templos escavados en la roca. Fueron construidos por orden del rey Ramsés II y son de los templos mejor conservados de Egipto. El conjunto en su totalidad fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1979.

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