The Temple of Hebs is located about 1 km north of the city of Kharjah, and this temple has special importance as it represents different historical periods of the Pharaonic, Persian, Patriotic and Roman.
The date dates back to the Pharaonic era – family 26 – and a tribute to the worship of the Holy Trinity (Amon – Mut – Khensu) and the engraving of the front of the temple of the King Nakhtanbu in 350 AD. The temple starts from the east with the Holy Lake, then the Anchorage, then the Roman gate bearing a Greek inscription from the reign of the Emperor (Jilba) in 69 AD. Wili the gate of the rams leading to the Grand Gate, then the main gate and at the end of the temple sanctified the Holies with its unique engraving.

Hibis Temple in the New Valley
The Hibis Temple is located about 1 km north of the city of Kharga. This temple is of special importance as it represents the different historical eras, Pharaonic, Persian, Ptolemaic and Roman.
Its history dates back to the Pharaonic era – Dynasty 26 – and was built to worship the Holy Trinity (Amun – Mut – Khonsu). The front part of the temple was engraved for King Nakhtenbo in 350 BC. The temple begins from the east with the sacred lake, then the marina, then the Roman gate that bears a Greek inscription from the era of the Emperor ( Jalba) in the year 69 A.D. The gate is followed by the path of rams leading to the Great Gate, then the main gate, and it is located at the end of the temple, the Holy of Holies, with its unique inscriptions.