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Egyptian Building

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The Abu Simbel temple built by Ramses II around 1264 B.C. was this building's inspiration. Even the missing head is intentional; the original temple was damaged in an earthquake just after it had been completed, resulting in the second figure from the left losing its top half. The building was to be an Egyptian restaurant called Farou Foods, but a grand opening seems to be delayed. (Submitted by Brenda Rios)

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Just an interesting building 🤷🏻‍♀️
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It was worth to stop by and see.
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Such a cool spot!
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South facing wall
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Interior, unfinished and abandoned
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North facing wall
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AMONGST THE PHARAOHS
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