At the southern end of the Theban slope, the Valley of the Queens contains no less than 75 tombs that had a place with rulers of the nineteenth and twentieth traditions and also to different individuals from the imperial families, including princesses and the Ramesside rulers. Four of the tombs are open for review. Valley of the Queen is the beautiful place in Luxor, Egypt.
The most renowned of these, the tomb of Nefertari, was just revived to the general population in late 2016. Alternate tombs are those of Titi, Khaemwaset and Amunherkhepshef.