Temple of Kom Ombo :-
Surrounded by fields of sugar cane and corn, Kom Ombo is pleasant agricultural town, home to many Nubians displaced by the creation of Lake Nasser. The town's ruined yet imposing Graeco-Roman temple is in a particularly  beautiful setting overlooking the Nile.
The temple building is totally symmetrical with two entrance, two halls and two sanctuaries. This unusual structure is the result of the temple's dedication to two gods, the left side to the falcon god Horus and the right side to Sobek, the local crocodile god,the temple was built mostly during  the time of Ptolemy Vl 180 BC.