Qena, Egypt

Qena is an Egyptian city on the east bank of the Nile, north of Luxor. It’s known for the ancient Dendera temple complex, just across the river. Dendera’s well-preserved Temple of Hathor, in Greco-Roman style, has stone columns, carvings and hieroglyphics. In town, Qena’s Sheikh El-Qenawi Mosque commemorates the 12th-century religious leader Abdel-Rahim El-Qenawi, who founded a Sufi order in the city.

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