4,500 year old Sun Temple found buried in the desert


Old Sun Temple Found in Egypt

Archaeologists have found a 4,500-year-old Sun Temple buried in the desert. Scientists discovered the Sun Temple during mining in the desert. Let us tell you that archaeologists have found an old Sun Temple in the city of Abu Gorab near Cairo, the capital of Egypt. It is being described as one of the biggest discoveries of archaeologists in the last several decades.


4,500 year old Sun Temple

According to a report published in The Sun, this temple of the Sun was built by the Egyptian King Pharaohs 4,500 years ago. On the other hand, pyramids were built near this temple as the final resting place of the king so that after death the king could be resurrected as gods again.


During the excavation in the northern region of Egypt, archaeologists found the remains of the Sun Temple. This Sun temple was built in the 25th century BC. The archaeologist came to know during the investigation that the base of the Sun temple was made of mud bricks which describes that there was already a building on this site


Experts said that two feet thick pillars of white limestone have also been found in the Sun Temple which indicates that the base of the Sun Temple is very strong.

Many clay-filled jars have also been found in the Sun Temple found in Abu Gorab, which is a sample of sculpture dating back to 4500 years ago.