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You can now go into the Great Pyramid of Giza, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu, and enjoy a tour. Here’s the simplest method for doing it:

You may now experience a 3D virtual tour of the Great Pyramid of Giza. The pyramid, also called the Pyramid of Khufu, was photographed by experts so you can visually explore its three inner chambers.

You enter a tunnel that is thought to have been opened by thieves in 820 to start the journey, which includes the Queen’s chamber in the center, the King’s chamber at the summit of the Tura pyramid, and an unidentified basement chamber. Khufu is regarded as the greatest of the Egyptian pyramids and is home to the tomb of the Fourth Dynasty pharaoh Khufu, while the Pyramids of Giza actually consist of three pyramids.

Around 2,550 BC, work on the Khufu pyramid began. An estimated 2.3 million stone blocks, weighing anywhere between 2.5 and 15 tons each, were used to construct the pyramid. It was difficult enough to transport the 8,000 tons of granite from Aswan, more than 800 kilometers (500 miles) away.

For many years, it was believed that slaves had constructed the pyramid. The neighboring Khafre and Menkaure pyramids, however, provided evidence that the pyramids were actually constructed by wage laborers in the 1990s, due to the fact that laborers were discovered buried in mud-brick tombs with bread and booze to transport them to the hereafter. Slaves were not granted this privilege.

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