Wonders of the Giza Pyramids:
- The greatest magic in these pyramids is the way they are built the largest pyramid, weighs six million and five hundred thousand tons, and consists of stones weighing about twelve tons each These stones tightly controlled to the extent of half a millimeter.
- The orbit passing through the center of the pyramid divides the continents of the world into two equal halves.
- The basis of the pyramid divided by twice the height gives us the famous circle constant number (3.14) contained in calculators.
- The four corners of the pyramid are heading to the four original directions in stunning accuracy.
The three pyramids:
Pyramid of Cheops:
The largest pyramid of Egypt
Khufu’s pyramid belongs to Khufu, who succeeded his father Senefru and his mother is Queen “Hetep Haras the First”.
Khufu Ship (Sun Vehicle):
In 1954, at the base of the Great Pyramid, Egyptian archaeologist Kamal Al-Mallakh discovered two roofed pits at the base of the southern pyramid of Cheops. At the bottom of one of them was a loose, sculpted ship of cedar wood. The vessel had 1224 pieces, of which no part was missing, including five pairs of oars, two steering fins and a compartment.
Pyramid of Khafre
The pyramid of Khafre is the middle pyramid between the pyramids of Giza built by the fourth king of the Fourth Dynasty , King Khafre son of King Khufu. He is credited with sculpting the Sphinx.
Pyramid of Menkaure
The Pyramid of Menkaure is one of the pyramids of Giza in Cairo built by the pharaoh Menkaure, the son of King Khafre.
To the south of the pyramid of Menkaure there are three pyramids dedicated to the queens extending eastward to the west of the first pyramid of the Kingdom of Kha Kha passed Nebti second wife of King Menkaure. Menkaure called his pyramid the sacred. The smaller Pyramid of Menkaure is 1.1 km from the Great Pyramid of Khafre and 1.3 km from the Great Pyramid of Cheops. You can read more about Giza Pyramids in Wikipedia and Google Travel Guide