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What's inside the Pyramids of Giza?

Pass through the treasure of Khufu and explore, What is inside the Pyramids of Giza? Come upon a passageway that descended into the heart of the structure. You will find yourself deep in the natural stone inside the pyramids. The corridor stopped descending and went horizontal for about 50 feet which leads to a small, square, empty room which became known as the "Queen's Chamber". Back to the passageway you will notice an open space in the ceiling which leads to a high-roofed, ascending passageway. This became known as the "Grand Gallery." At the top of the gallery was a low, horizontal passage that led to a large room. It became known as the "King's Chamber". Then… why do not you continue the way by yourself? Check our Pyramids day trips from Cairo!!!

Tour the Great Pyramids with an Egyptologist Guide .

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the most substantial ancient structure in the world - and the most mysterious. According to prevailing archaeological theory - and there is absolutely no evidence to confirm this idea -the Giza plateau pyramids were built and utilized by fourth Dynasty kings as funerary structures  of three kings  (2575 to 2465 BC). The Great Pyramid, attributed to Khufu (Cheops) is on the right of the photograph, the pyramid attributed to Khafra (Chephren) next to it, and that of Menkaura (Mycerinus) the smallest of the three. The Great Pyramid was originally 481 feet, five inches tall (146.7 meters) and measured 755 feet (230 meters) along its sides. Covering an area of 13 acres, or 53,000 square meters, it is large enough to contain the European cathedrals of Florence, Milan, St. Peters, Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's. Constructed from approximately 2.5 million limestone blocks weighing on average 2.6 tons each, its tota…