The final of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, the incredible pyramids of Giza are maybe the most celebrated and talked about structures ever. These huge monuments were top notch in height for several years after their development and proceed to excite and amaze us with their staggering mass and apparently unimaginable flawlessness.
Their demanding introduction and astounding development has inspired numerous speculations about their starting points, including unsupported proposals that they had additional earthly stimulus. Notwithstanding, by inspecting the few hundred years prior to their rise on the Giza plateau, it turns out to be certain that these fantastic structures were the consequence of numerous experiments, some more fruitful than others, and speak to an apogee in the improvement of the imperial mortuary complex.
Three pyramids, three rulers
The three essential pyramids on Giza plateau were constructed over the range of three ages by the rulers Khafre, Menkaure and Khufu. Each pyramid was a piece of an illustrious mortuary complex that additionally incorporated a temple at its base and a long stone causeway (some about 1 kilometer long) driving east from the plateau to a valley temple on the edge of the floodplain.
Other pyramids and little tombs
Notwithstanding these significant structures, a few little pyramids having a place with queens are orchestrated as satellites. A noteworthy graveyard of littler tombs that are known as mastabas which is an Arabic word for 'bench' in reference to their form, rectangular, with the inclining sides, flat-roofed), fills the zone toward the east and west of the pyramid of Khufu and were developed in a matrix like pattern for prominent individuals from the court. Being covered close to the pharaoh was an amazing privilege as well as guaranteed a prized spot in the afterlife.
Cave church - Moqattam Mountain
Citadel (Mohamed Ali mosque)
Khan Elkalily Market
Old Cairo (Hanging church- saint serguis church - Ben Ezra synagogue)