The Karnak Temple Complex was one of the most important religious sites of Ancient Egypt and today is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Modern Egypt. Situated near Luxor, the complex is divided into four precincts. The largest of them all is the Precinct of Amun-Re. It is also the only portion that is opened to general public. The other three parts namely Precinct of Montu, Precinct of Mut, and Temple of Amenhotep IV are not accessible by public. It is the largest temple complex anywhere in the world. The most fascinating attraction of Karnak Complex is the Hypostyle Hall. With 134 gigantic columns, the hall is the largest room in a religious place anywhere in the world.