Egypt Pyramids: Wonders of the Ancient World

At the heart of Egypt, in the northern part of Africa, a jaw dropping construction lies in awe.   The great pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and almost the only one remaining intact.   Have you wondered about the story of the Great Pyramid of Giza? Whom was it built for? And who built it? Let’s discover that!   “This story conceals more than it reveals. The world still hides more!”   The greatest of all Egypt Pyramids was built for Pharaoh Khufu, the successor of Sneferu and the 2nd king of the 4th dynasty.    Do wonder what makes Khufu’s pyramid the largest pyramid of the world? It’s magnificent dimensions. The pyramid’s sides have a base average of (230 meters), and and original height of (147 meters).   Scientists of Egyptology – the study of the Egyptian history- believe that the pyramid represents a tomb for the fourth dynasty’s Pharaoh, Khufu, who reigned for 20 years.    For more than 3,800 years, the great Pyramid of Giza was deemed the t