Kafra Pyramid, Egypt's second largest pyramid. It's next to the Pyramid of Khufu. The tour guide took us to the middle of the two Pyramids for twenty minutes. Twenty minutes is enough, although it is necessary to take pictures of the pyramids of Khufu and Kafra, and to put them in several shapes. But as soon as we put on our posture, we had camel riders grabbing glasses. Then we asked you if you wanted to ride. After you got rid of it, you would ride a horse. You could take pictures for you and sell souvenirs. We didn't tire of taking pictures.
The Kafra Pyramid, the second largest pyramid in the Giza Pyramid Group, is second only to the Khufu Pyramid. Kafla is the son of Hufu, Egypt's fourth dynasty pharaoh, so his pyramid is a little smaller, there are two underneath the pagoda leading to the underground mausoleum.
The Kafra Pyramid is the second largest pyramid in Egypt, next only to the Khufu Pyramid. It is the tomb of the Pharaoh Kafra of Egypt's fourth dynasty. At the top of the pyramid, part of the limestone shell remains. During the 18th Dynasty, the exterior of the pyramid was damaged by Pharaoh Ramses II's plan to build a temple. The Kafra Pyramid is unique in that it has two entrances to the Pharaoh's tomb.
The pyramids of Houf, Kafra and Menkafra are adjacent to each other and are the three major pyramids of Egypt. Usually only seen on television and books, the pyramid, today finally can see the real body, all of which seem to be in a dream, it is an unsolvable mystery!
Pyramid, I'm here at last. When do you like to see the pyramid most, you are deeply attracted by its mysterious feeling of Shanghai. But what we can see today is that the flat land bulges these three towers, far less than what was said in those years of hard construction. I wonder if it's the merit or the destruction of large-scale cultivation.
The Kafra Pyramid is one of the pyramids of Giza, which is only 1 [%] away from a perfect quadrilateral. The four sides are almost directly oriented in all directions of east, west, north and south. The original height is 143.87 meters, and the exterior is covered with limestone, although only 45 meters above the tip is left with limestone. The Pyramid of Kafra is situated on a base 10 meters higher than the Pyramid of King Gouf, so it seems likely to be higher than the Pyramid of King Gouf. The rock at the bottom of the pyramid is huge, but it shrinks as the height increases, leaving only 50 centimeters wide at the top.
The Pyramid of King Gufu is the tallest building in the world before the completion of the Paris Tower, and it still stands after three earthquakes. Archaeologists found a mottled cedar boat 43 meters long and 5 meters wide in a closed pit in the pyramid of King Goufu. It was built for him by King Geoffrey, the successor of King Goufu, in order to carry him to the eternal world.
The Hafra Pyramid is the second largest pyramid in Giza. Hafra is the successor of Hufu, 160 meters southwest of the Hufu Pyramid, which is the Hafra Pyramid. Hafra, the fourth Pharaoh of the fourth dynasty (2558 - 2532 BC), built not only the second largest pyramid in Giza, but also the Sphinx. Under the pyramid, human beings seem so small. But the concave shapes play the miraculous pyramids between applause.
The Pyramid of Kafra is situated on a base 10 meters higher than the Pyramid of King Gouf, so it seems likely to be higher than the Pyramid of King Gouf. The Kafra Pyramid may have been invaded by grave robbers in the first interim. During the 18th Dynasty, the exterior of the pyramid was destroyed by Pharaoh Ramses II's plan to build a temple.
Among the pyramids of Giza, there is a pyramid in the middle. He is the son of Khufu. To the east of the Pyramid of Kafra is the famous Sphinx. To the north is the Pyramid of Khufu. It is not as big as the Pyramid of Khufu, but it may be the visual relationship. It feels that Kafra is the biggest!