Welcome to Qena, a city located in Upper Egypt and the capital of the Qena Governorate. With its proximity to the ruins of Dendara and its location on the Nile, Qena is a popular stop for tourists traveling between Luxor and the Red Sea. The city has a rich history, having been known in antiquity as Kaine and Maximianopolis. Today, Qena is known for its pottery and beautiful mountains and green nature. The city also has a large Coptic Christian population, making it a unique destination for those interested in religious history. Qena has a hot desert climate with very hot summers and very little precipitation year round. The city has a network of streets, roads, and highways with greenery and flowered pavements, and there is a road that crosses the Eastern Desert to port Safaga on the Red Sea. Don’t miss the chance to explore this hidden gem in Egypt!

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