It was incredible to visit The great Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut located at Deir El-Bahri on the west bank of the Nile and fly over it in a balloon a few days later. The Mortuary temple took 15 years to construct and Queen Hatshepsut chose her chancellor, Senemut, as her chief architect and engineer. The mummy of Hatshepsut, believed to be lost the mummy of Queen Hatshepsut was identified in 2007 when a tooth, kept at a temple in a box bearing the name of the female pharaoh, was confirmed as belonging to Queen Hatshepsut. The tooth was found to be the exact match for a gap in the upper jaw of a previously unidentified mummy. The mummy of Queen Hatshepsut, is now displayed in the Cairo Museum.