Category: Giza Travel Guide

Giza is home to the best-known pyramids, including the largest one in Egypt, the only remaining wonder of the ancient world.‎


The Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops)

Giza-pyramids-horse-cart-Giza-Plateau-Egypt-this-photo-of-the-three-pyramids-in-GizaPlateau-Egypt-by-Tour-Egypt-ClubFor many years, the Sound and Light Show atGiza opened with, “You have come tonight to the most fabulous and celebrated place in the world”.

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Imhotep Museum Saqqara

Imohtep-Statue-Sakkara-Step-pyramid-king-Zoser-Giza-Egypt-this-photo-of-the-architecture-Imohtep-the-builder-of-the-Step-pyramid-at-Sakkara-Giza-Egypt-by-Tour-Egypt-ClubIt was with great excitement that the new Imhotep Museum was opened in April 2006 by Dr. Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council

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Pyramid of Meidum

Funerary site of an unusual early pyramid complex and associated private cemetery, situated close to the Fayum region. The pyramid is usually ascribed to Huni

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Dahshur Necropolis

Dahshur forms the southernmost area of the Memphis Necropolis and contains a number of pyramid complexes and monuments. Dahshur has only recently been opened to

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