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Pharaonic monuments and pyramids

Visiting Giza Pyramids

Giza Plateau is the most important archaeological site in the world that locates on the western bank of the Nile River and few kilometers southward Read More
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Tomb of Ti

Ti was an overseer of the pyramids and Sun-Temples of Kings Neferirkare and Neuserre of the Fifth Dynasty. His Tomb is located in the western Read More
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Mastaba of Ankhmahor

The Mastaba of Ankhmahor is situated in the section of the Pyramid of Unas, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. Ankhmahor held the titles of a Read More
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Micherinos Pyramid in Giza

 The third and smallest of all at Giza Plateau, the Pyramid of Menkaure is only one faced with granite in its lower section and fine Read More
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Chephren (Khafre) Pyramid in Giza

Khafre is the builder of the second largest pyramid at Giza Plateau. The pyramid was built on a square ground plan of 215m, rising to Read More
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Cheops Pyramid in Giza Plateau

 Cheops is the Greek name given to King Khufu and it means ‘He who Protects me”. It was King Cheops who chose the Giza Plateau Read More
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Pyramid of Senusert I

Originally, the Pyramid of Senusert I (also known as’the Southern Pyramid of el-Lisht) measured 61 m in height. It lies about 1.5 km from the Read More
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Pyramid of King Senusert III

The Pyramid of King Senusert III (now in ruins) is located in Dahsur, in Giza. Around the pyramid, there are the tombs of members of Read More
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The Bent Pyramid

King Sneferu of the Fourth Dynasty built the Bent Pyramid on a square ground plan of l88 m in each side. The pyramid had two Read More
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Temple of Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra

King Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra is the re-unifier of Egypt after the collapse of the Old Kingdom. He moved the state’s capital to Luxor and built his Read More
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Mortuary Temples in Luxor

The idea of building mortuary temples dates back in time to the Old Kingdom, to the era of the construction of the Pyramids. The first Read More
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