Deir el Shelwit was assembled when Egypt was controlled by the Romans and is in this way one of the last sanctuaries of the Egyptian religion. It was found in the nineteenth century however has just as of late been completely revamped and opened to the general population. It is in a remote area only south of Luxor.
Luxor itself is such a fortune place of high Egyptian culture it is not entirely obvious these later landmarks, yet they are well worth adding to your schedule. It is like a few neighborhood related sanctuaries, for example, that of Hathor at Deir el-Medina. Deir el Shelwit is devoted to the goddess Isis and is consequently an exceptionally uncommon special case in this district where the god Amun is the best.