• the great pyramid is one of the three pyramids made in Giza and world’s tallest structure that was made by man for 3,800 years.• The original height of the pyramid was 146.
5 meters, and the present height is 138.8 meters.• it is the tallest pyramids of all the threes pyramid in the complex. it was built for Pharaoh Khufu of 4th Dynasty Egypt, so it is also known as Khufu’s Pyramid. It is believed that this structure could be seen from as far as mountains of Israel and as high as the moon.
• The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the last one existing at the moment.• the weight of pyramid is estimated at 5.9 million tons and about 2.3 million stone blocks were used in the construction of the pyramid.• The complete construction took 23 years with 20000-30000 skilled and unskilled laborers. • The total area covered by pyramid is about 22 acres. • The Khufu’s pyramid is probably the only pyramid in the world that have slightly concave faces.
• Due to indentation of laser precision the four sides of pyramid is divided in halves that means there are eight sides. And this wonderful scenario cannot be seen through found, you can view it from aerial view with perfect weather.• The internal temperature of the pyramid is always a constant of 68 degrees Fahrenheit which is the Earth’s average temperature.• Khufu’s pyramid is the last pyramid with a swivel door. swivel door could easily be opened from the inside but was undetectable from the outside.
• In the 12th century, an attempt was made to destroy the pyramids of Giza. Al-Aziz, the Kurdish ruler and the second sultan of the Ayyubid Sultan of Egypt, tried to demolish them, but he had to surrender, as this task was too large-scale. However, he managed to damage the Menkaure’s Pyramid, where, due to his attempts, the vertical yawning pit remained in its northern slope.• • ? The three pyramids of Giza are precisely aligned in accordance with the constellation of Orion (Constellation of Orion), which could well be the idea of the builders, since the stars of Orion were associated with Osiris, the god of regeneration and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian mythology.•