El Templo de Dobod Plein Air Watercolor

The Temple of Debod is an ancient building constructed in the early 2nd century BC dedicated to the goddess Isis. This is one of the few works of ancient Egyptian architecture that can be seen outside Egypt and one of its kind in Spain.  

This is a picture of a person painting a watercolor of the Temple of Debod. You can see the hand painting and the model which is Debod Temple.

El Templo de Debod plein air painting

It is located in the Parque del Oeste in Madrid, Spain. It was donated to Spain in 1968 by Egypt as a sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the temples of Abu Simbel. Temples which were going to be lost forever due to the construction of the Great Dam of built across the Nile River.

An Egyptian Temple in Madrid Spain, A cloudy colorful sky ond orange leaves on the trees. A winter day

Templo de Debod, Madrid Spain 2014

 

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