Engineers and workers from various nation work to save ancient Egyptian temples of Pharaoh Ramses II from flood of Aswan Dam.
Egypt Date:1964, January 23 Duration:1 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
The ancient Egyptian temples of Pharaoh Ramses II moved to a site 200 feet higher than original site, to prevent them from being submerged into floods of Aswan Dam on river Nile. Engineers from various nations work on to saw the temple into sections and reassemble them. Ancient 65 feet tall statue and smaller ones inside. Engineers and workers work together on the $36,000,000 project to save the ancient treasure.
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