To help you find more relevant content, we're making some changes.
Starting in October you will need to sign in to 3D Warehouse to download models.
Learn more.
Trajan's Kiosk

Trajan's Kiosk

The Trajan's Kiosk is an open pavilion located on the Nile Shore of Agilkia Island. It was built in II century by Roman Emperor Trajan. Initially it was located together with Isis Temple on the Island of Philae. After constructing of Nile dam the island was flooded. In 1960, to save it from being covered by the waters of Lake Nasser, UNESCO moved the whole temple complex to Agilika Island. The Trojan's Kiosk is one of best preserved structures in the Philae complex
Default Title