Meharakka Temple was built under the Roman rule. The temple was not finished, but is special because it has the only spiral staircase in any ancient Egyptian structure which leads to its roof.
It was dedicated to Serapis, this god was introduced in Egypt in Ptolemaic times.
Al-Meharakka is a place in Lower Nubia, situated in the south of Aswan.
It was dedicated to Isis and Serapis.
The only part of the structure that was finished was a court, which was surrounded on three sides by columns.
It was rescued from the rising waters of the Aswan High dam and placed on higher ground together with Wadi El Seboua temple and the temple of Dakka.