Temple of philae :-
As the centre of the cult of Isis, the island of philae was an important place of pilgrimage for worshippers until long into the Christian era. From philae, Isis was said to watch over the sacred island of Biga, one of the mythical burial sites of her husband Osiris. With the building of the High Dam (1960-71), the monuments were relocated to the nearby island of Agilika.
The UNESCO led project took from 1972 to 1980 to complete, during which time Agilika was landscaped to look like Philae.
Boats now drop visitors at the southern end of Agilika, near the oldest building on the island, the Kiosk of Nectanebo ll which dates to 340 BC.