Pyramids of Giza or the pyramids of Giza Plateau, Egypt is located in Giza, Egypt on the west bank of the River Nile, built by some 25 centuries BC, about 2480 to 2550 BC. M, which is about three pyramids are Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure

Al-Ahram is a cemetery ownership of each of which bears the name of the king who built and buried it after his death, building a pyramid here is the stage of the evolution of building tombs in ancient Egypt, which started a hole small turned into a chamber under the ground and then to several rooms topped by a terrace and then evolved to take the form of pyramid

Many people believe that the greatness of the pyramid lies in a constructive way, in fact, to talk of this part of the health pyramid larger, for example, is a mountain industrial weighing six million five hundred thousand tons, consisting of stones, each weighing twelve tons, and these stones Court paving and settings to a half a millimeter, and this is already worth the admiration of ancient Egyptian civilization

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