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The Great Pyramids are everything you’ve read and seen in photos and so much more. Monumental. Awesome. They must be experienced in person. You’re able to visit a burial chamber in one of the pyramids. The descent is steep and low, your back will be...More
Khufu's son, Pharaoh Khafre, built the second pyramid at Giza, (2558 -2532 BC) which originally stood at 447 feet, shorter than that built by his father. Though shorter than the Pyramid of Khufu, this pyramid appears larger as it is built on a elevated location...More
One of the 2nd beautiful pyramid of the Giza Complex. The limestone is not worn out on the top of the pyramid. The pyramids points out to the solar constellation. more details can be informed by the guide and also to see the pyramids during...More
Once you tour the place on camel, you will explore each individual pyramid as you go along. The guide will tell you that they took down the lower part's stones to make mosque's construction except on the top so we may guess how it would...More
The Pyramids of Giza are the last standing wonders of the ancient world. Thousands of years later, they're still somewhat of an architectural and logistical mystery as to how they were constructed and why and how they were positioned...they truly cannot be appreciated through photos...More