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Less crowded than the Big Pyramid the second Pyramid of Khafre is also a wonder of the world. It is refreshingly less crowded and more easily seen which makes for some good photos plus there are far less hawkers. I spent more time there simply...More
We only visited Khafre, so I can’t compare to Keops. There are small access shafts which are not good for claustrophobic people. The interior is basic, with a large chamber. If the desire is to check off being inside the pyramid from your bucket list,...More
This pyramid is technically shorter, but built on a higher part of the plateau so that it appears to be taller. Still an incredible feat. You can't enter, but taking photos of this beautiful work is amazing.
The Pyramid of Khafre is the 2nd biggest of the Great Pyramids and still has some of it's original covering. You don't realise how big it is until you are standing next to it - massive! Entry is only 160 Egyptian pounds. A must visit
This is because it is built on a 33ft higher bedrock than Khufu. It is made of lime stone blocks which weight 2 tons each and you still can see how they coated the pyramid with material to make it perfect if you look at...More
When I saw this I cried. Never thought I'd ever see them let alone touch. Amazing. No pictures can prepare you for the moment you stand before them. Just go. Do it with a proper guide, otherwise you will be pestered and ripped off.