Edfu temple :-
Edfu stands beside the Nile almost exactly     half-way between Luxor and Aswan.
It was an important sacred site to the Egyptians because, according to ancient myth, this was where the falcon god Horus fought a fierce battle with his uncle Seth, who had cruelly murdered Horus's father Osiris.
The temple of Horus at Edfu, which was buried under sand and silt for nearly two thousand years, is the largest and best preserved ptolemaic temple in Egypt. Construction of the temple began under Ptolemy lll in 237 BC and continued up to the time of Ptolemy Xll 51 BC.