Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el Damaty concluded his visit to Luxor's archaeological sites by inspecting the temple of Esna.
An integrated plan will be drawn up during the coming period to put the temple on the tourism map and programs, he said.
The plan includes developing and enhancing the efficiency of artifacts inside the temple, according to el Damaty
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