Great Pyramid


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Great Pyramid,

the Cheops’ tomb, built 4,600 years ago, nearly 500 feet high, with bases 755 feet long. [Egypt. Arch.: Brewer Dictionary, 735]
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Of course their greatest contribution, and perhaps the most ingenious feat ever accomplished in history, is the Great Pyramids of Giza.
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Topping the list of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid, also known as the Pyramid of Cheops, covers an area of 13 acres in Giza, west of Cairo.
One of the most well known pyramid is the Great Pyramid built by Pharaoh Khufu (estimated 2571-2565 BCE).
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Each of us painted our vision of peace on part of the mural, which later formed a great pyramid.
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Dixon was a Middlesbrough man, who was working on a bridge-building project in Cairo in 1872 when he discovered two shafts hidden inside the Great Pyramid at Giza.
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A strict reading of the form actually makes Indian Haven the better horse - he beat both Tout Seul and Saturn by further than Dermot Weld's unbeaten colt at HQ - but the proximity of Great Pyramid and Napper Tandy suggests the Newmarket fourth and fifth were not at their best.
Here you can see the giant clown in front of Circus Circus, or a copy of the Great Pyramid, or--look, there s the Eiffel Tower