Giza’s Pyramids is the only survivor of the World’s Seven Wonders lived up over 4000 years. Enjoying an outstanding geometry, shape, and age, it seems that these alien constructions rise out of the desert. Explore inside the biggest and oldest one, Cheops, if you’re not claustrophobic. Remember that climbing on the pyramids is forbidden. Gaze at the extraordinary and ever-fascinating pose of the sole survivor of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Sphinx (Great Sphinx of Giza)
The most extraordinary monumental sculpture of the ancient world, the Great Sphinx of Giza, is 20 m high and 73 m long, filled with superstitions, mystery, and legends about the Sphinx. A light and sound event is held at night in which the Sphinx narrates Egypt’s history.
Pyramid of Khafre
The pyramid of Khafre, also named Pyramid Chephren, was constructed under the fourth-dynasty Pharaoh Khafre. It’s a little shorter than the towering Great Pyramid, the tallest Giza pyramid despite its appearance of the largest. Pyramid of Khafre is located in a complex consisting of Mortuary Temple, Valley Temple, and the Great Sphinx stands nearby.
The Great Pyramids of Giza, plus a workers’ village and the Great Sphinx, make a complex situated on the Giza Plateau outside Cairo’s fringes. The grandest structure in the complex is the Great Pyramid of Khufu near the two smaller Menkaure and Khafre. You’ll face three small graves of Khufu’s sisters and wives to the east.
Pyramid of Menkaure
Dating back to 2490 B.C., the Pyramid of Menkaure is the smallest of the three well-known triangular monoliths on the Giza Plateau. Like its sister pyramids, Menkaure is made of granite instead of limestone, housing the prosperous leader’s grave, Pharaoh Menkaure.
The Egypt’s history is closely tied to the papyrus. It obtains from the Cyprus papyrus plant stalk, which is rigid outside and brittle inside planted in the Nile Delta’s damp areas. For many years, the papyrus production method was kept as a secret that offered a monopoly over papyrus production and distribution to the ancient Egyptians. The Papyrus Institute is a government-based museum near the Pyramids in Giza, where you can explore the history of these mysterious hand-painted papyrus prints.
Solar Boat Museum (Khufu Ship)
The solar boats were made for ceremonial purposes. Egyptians send their dead into the afterlife through these ritualistic ships. The museum houses a vessel that was constructed specifically for Pharaoh Khufu. Look at the boat from three angles and listen to the narrator telling how the ship was found.
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