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Great Pyramid of Giza

Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest pyramid of the three pyramids at Giza necropolis and it is believed that the pyramid was built as a tomb for the fourth dynasty Egyptian pharaoh, Khufu (Χεωψ, Cheops) and constructed over 20 years and is expected to take place in about the year 2560 BC. Pyramid is sometimes referred to as the Pyramid of Khufu.

Pyramids of Giza or the great pyramid that lies in a stretch of desert temperatures over 35 degrees Celsius is composed of three great Pyramids Sphinx plus one. Third is the pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), Khafre (Rakhaef / Chephren) and Menkaure (Mycerinus) plus the three small pyramids. Each of the pyramid of Cheops and Mycerinus Chepren have a common interior.

There is a king room, queen room, the door of the tunnel (with a diameter of four feet with a length of 40 meters). Most residents at the famous century as a farmer. they utilize the Nile valley to serve as their waters.

Pyramids of Giza built the ancient Egyptians about 5000 years ago has a wide area that could be equated between the distance from St. Peter (Rome), the Cathedral of Florence (Milan) to the St. Paul (London). Also believed to be a collection of stones on the Pyramids of Giza when put together can make a 3-meter-high walls with a thickness of 0.3 meters that can cover the whole of France.

According to research from scientists and Archaeology, the raw material of the pyramid is taken from several places. For example limestone from Tura, granite from Aswan, copper from Sinai and the wood for the coffins of Lebanese who all transported via the Nile. Then the workers average worker died at a young age between 30 years due to spinal cord injury due to carrying very heavy loads. Then there are also revealed how the emergency rescue for injured workers.

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