#Egypt #travel EGYPT: The interesting PYRAMIDS OF GIZA and the mysterious SPHINX

SUBSCRIBE: – Let’s go stop by The Giza pyramid advanced which is an archaeological site on the Giza Plateau, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. We will stop by the three most significant pyramids together with the mysterious Sphinx.

This advanced of historical monuments involves the three pyramid complexes recognized as the Great Pyramids, the huge sculpture recognized as the Great Sphinx, a number of cemeteries, a workers’ village and an industrial advanced. It is situated in the Western Desert, roughly nine km (5 mi) west of the Nile river at the outdated town of Giza, and about thirteen km (eight mi) southwest of Cairo metropolis centre.

The pyramids, which have historically been common as emblems of historical Egypt in the Western imagination, were popularised in Hellenistic instances, when the Great Pyramid was listed by Antipater of Sidon as just one of the Seven Wonders of the Planet. It is by significantly the oldest of the historical Wonders and the only just one continue to in existence.

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  1. WHat's probably most amazing is that you and other people think all this work was done with bronze tools. Please point out the difficulty in processing those face stone and seems so precisely, with bronze tools. So, who did they find in all these tombs, as you call them.

  2. Vic Stefano is the first to show with close shots the skin of the pyramids the way I like to see it, slowly and under the microscope. Other video fail on this aspect. They offer a more general view overlooking the details of the construction it is the same of showing you a forest without showing you the trees, the branches and the leafs. I liked this video and rank it high. I am not one that just started looking at pyramid pictures. I have been doing it since I saw the first drawing in the 3rd grade in 1949. Thank you.

  3. Hello Vic! Another great video. Thank you for sharing your journey with us again. I feel saddened when I think of all of the slaves that died building all these majestic buildings and yet the strength that it took. Awesome.

  4. Wow Vic, thanks for this magnificent tour of the Pyramids of Giza. One wonders what the climate was like in the 25th century before Christ which might have aided in construction? Thank you for showing us these great marvels of construction in the 96 degree heat on a very dry day. Wayne

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