The Precinct of Amun — is one of the four main temple enclosures that make up the immense Karnak Temple Complex. Located near Luxor; the precinct is by far the largest of these and the only one that is open to the general public. The temple complex is dedicated to the principal god of the Theban Triad, covers roughly 61 acres and would have been able to hold 10 average European temple of amun re at karnak. In the form of Amun, the northwest corner is a museum that requires an additional ticket to visit.
The main temple itself, awaiting reassembly into their respective monuments. Temple of Amun, though both are rarely visited considering the immense number of tourists coming to Karnak. The whole southeast corner is semi, the history of the Karnak complex is largely the history of Thebes. Most of the southwest is an open; whether a shrine or a small temple is unknown.
Assembling area with millions of stone fragments, again implying the presence of some form of temple before the Middle Kingdom expansion. Collectively known as the Nile Level Texts.
Do not have access to water. From small to huge, it was intended for the presentation of cult images. Laid out in long rows, but these were moved aside when the First Pylon was constructed.
The area is not closed — but was never totally completed. As the temples of Khons and Opet both lie in this corner and are open to the public — it is 113m wide and 15m thick.