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This is one of Sinefru's pyramids - the precursor to Khufu's great pyramid at Giza.
You can enter this one but I did not since I chose the Bent Pyramid which just opened for guests in July 2019.
This guy is large too!
It was the last day of my 12 day tour to Egypt. My flight was in the evening and i had to chk out of the hotel. I had already seen all the famous spots over last 12 days so with nothing else left i...More
No word can explain what you can see bye your eyes. It's amazing history made by men hand . And how much is perfectly made. I loved this day . I have amazing time on horses with man his name Sayed abo Mostafa he and...More
Unfortunately no photos are allowed in here and it is a bit hard to see, and it gets very hot inside too. We only did the first antechamber and sent our friends to the second and they said there wasn't much to see. The ceiling...More
My wife and I booked an excurson to Cairo, especially to see the pyramids. I must say whatever you see in books doesn't prepare you for the majestic magnificence of the real thing seeing them towering way up high. It's hard to comprehend the time...More
We visited the North Pyramid (Piramide Roja) while touring at The Dahshur plateau archaeological site & glad that we did. The main structures found there are the North Pyramid (Piramide Roja) and the Bent Pyramid. The North Pyramid (Piramide Roja) is also known as the...More
Located in Dahshur, the Red Pyramid is really the first true pyramid. Very few tourists, no vendors, very enjoyable. The admission ticket to Dahshur includes visiting the interior of the Red Pyramid, which is pretty cool. Be aware that there’s a strong smell of ammonia...More
The red pyramid. There was no one else there when we visited and that alone is a good enough reason to visit. There is a person at the entrance who will lend you a torch for a small donation. The slope down is 63m which...More