The height of the Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid, known as (Khufu), is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and it is located in Egypt, and its original height reaches 147 m, while the height of its peaks reaches 230 meters at the base, and it was named this name, in relation to the pharaoh who was built for it. It is (Khufu), as it was called (the Great Pyramid), because it is the largest of the Egyptian pyramids by size, its area reaches 84,000 square meters, and it is worth noting that the faces of the Khufu pyramid are tilted at an angle of 51 degrees and 52 minutes, as they are oriented in the form of Accurate with the four sides of the compass, it is worth noting that it is currently only 138 m high K due to the thefts he was exposed to, as the smooth limestone veneer was stolen from him, and this led to a decrease in its height.
Building the Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid (Khufu) was built in the period between (2509-2483 BC), and this pyramid has three spacious rooms and several corridors, and its nuclei were built from limestone blocks characterized by yellowing of their color, while its Talbis and internal passages were built from a lighter of lighter color, And thinner, and it is important that the pyramid consists of about 2,300,000 blocks with a weight of approximately 6 million tons.
The secrets of the Great Pyramid
Scientists discovered a huge cavity in the pyramid of Khufu, and this discovery increased the mystery of the pyramids of Egypt, as scientists discovered that it is possible to focus electromagnetic energy in the rooms of this pyramid, and at the bottom of its base, which may contribute to a number of different applications, such as the production of nanoparticles that can be used in Small probes, and highly efficient solar cells.
The most important Egyptian pyramids
There are several pyramids in Egypt that were built to be burial sites for the Egyptian pharaohs, and among these are:
- The Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara, which is the oldest pyramid in Egypt.
- The pyramid of Khafra, which dates back to the era of the fourth ruling family.
- The Menkara pyramid, which dates back to the pharaoh Menkaure (the fifth king of the kings of the Fourth Dynasty).
- The Great Red Pyramid, which is considered the first complete pyramid among the Egyptian pyramids.
- The pyramid of Senefru, a small, bent and twisted pyramid.