Valley of the Kings (Luxor, Egypt)
Tomb entrances gape from the walls of the Valley of the Kings. None of the tombs hold bodies any longer, carried away by looters or archaeologists, but the remarkable mortuary decorations on the walls remain.
Of course, the most famous tomb in the valley belongs to Tutankhamun. It's on the smaller side and not as impressively painted as the others, since the boy king died in his late teens. When the tomb was discovered in 1922, it had not been opened since the ancients sealed it up 3,300 years ago, so all its treasures remained in place. Now they are on display at the Cairo Museum.