This place contains many monuments built by different kings through different periods, the most famous King was Ramsess II of the 19th Dynasty. Every temple has its dedication God or Goddess, but most of them dedicate for God Amon-Re.
When the High Dam was being built, many of these temples were moved during the salvage operation between 1964 and 1968. This was due to the rising waters of Lake Nasser.
Temple of Wadi El-Sebua
Temple of Derr
Temple of Dekka
Agha Khan Mausoleum
Beit Al Wali
It is located South of Aswan High Dam, near Kalabsha temple in New Kalabsha area, at Aswan. It is considers one of Ramesses II Nubian monument. It was built to dedicate to God Amon and other Gods. Beit el-Wali was rescued from Lake Nasser by a Polish archaeological team financed by a joint Oriental Institute of Chicago/Swiss Institute of Cairo Project.
Kiosk of Kertassi
Tomb of Pennut
The chamber has scenes of Pennut offerings to the gods, and others represent the funeral and the final judgments. However, large sections of wall inscriptions have been cut away.