In Egypt’s archeological treasure trove, Giza, a thrilling discovery is just a step away.
On the west bank of the Nile, the Pyramids of Giza adorn Egypt’s golden sand deserts with their imposing silhouette. Among them stands the Great Pyramid as the sole remainder of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and strikes visitors with its colossal beauty at first glance. But it is just the beginning of the countless mystical wonders that you will witness on the Giza Plateau.
The elaborate pyramid complex hosts several cemeteries, temples, and monuments that were constructed some 4,500 years ago in Ancient Egypt. From their construction to preservation, the pyramids served as a cornerstone of ancient Egypt’s communal organization. Even today, they bear witness to the history of the Pharaonic civilization with the embroidered interiors of the tomb chambers. More reliefs are uncovered each day as excavations continue, shedding light on the oldest stories of life and death told by Egyptian royalties.
Step outside of the charm of tombs and temples, you find yourself greeted by the iconic Sphinx standing serenely near the Great Pyramid like a guardian. The 20-meter limestone statue further intensifies the arcane appearance of Giza. While the pyramids are a paragon of engineering virtue, the Sphinx appeals to the eye as a mythological artwork.
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