The Giza Pyramid Complex: The Seven Wonders Of The World

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At the heart of the Giza Plateau on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt lays a marvelous archeological site known as the Giza Pyramid Complex. The site is beholding and breathtaking to the extent that it has been listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Perhaps this is informed by the fact that the site is composed of constructions of classical antiquity which include three pyramid complexes known as the Great Pyramids, a massive sculpture known as the Great Sphinx, several cemeteries, a workers’ village and an industrial complex. The age of the site perhaps depicting it Solomonic wisdom coupled with the mysteries it carries. Having withered the test of time for over 3000 years, architects and engineers around the world still appear to be puzzled by the manner in which these constructions were built so precisely considering that this was a period of time without any technological innovations. With a number of research studies having been conducted on this complex, it is yet to be understood how some of the features of this complex were made possible. The grandiose appearance of the pyramids could easily fool you into believing that this is the only thing that they have to offer until you startled by the fact that one of the pyramids is located at the center of the land mass on earth. Both the prime meridian and equator intersect at the Great pyramid. This is also coupled with the resplendent appearance of the four sides of these pyramids, which is concave. These are the

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