#Egypt #travel Unfinished Egyptian Pyramids or Ancient Reservoirs? | Ancient Architects

In the town of Zawyet El Aryan in Egypt is a structure known as the Unfinished Pyramid, which looks almost identical to one found in Abu Rawash//Rowash/Roash, known as the Pyramid of Djedefre. Both structures are believed to have been pyramids, but there is no reason to assume that was their intended design.

I don’t believe these were pyramid structures, but they were actually part of my proposed Great Pyramid water pump hypothesis, and these two particular structures were the locations of the outflowing water.

Images are taken from Google Images for educational purposes only.


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