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Khafre's Pyramid, Giza

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The second largest of the Giza pyramids, Khafre's Pyramid enchants tourists from all over the world with its grandiose stature. The imposing structure, built by the pharaoh Khafre around 2570 BCE, stands at a towering height of 136 m (448 ft). You can admire the majestic pyramid from a long distance away, sharing the iconic view with the Sphinx and its two counterparts. For a fee, you can enter the pyramid and explore its narrow passageways, go on a camel ride, or take some postcard-like photos. Use our Giza trip builder website to arrange your visit to Khafre's Pyramid and other attractions in Giza.
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  • Khafre's Pyramid gets less attention than the Pyramid of Cheops but it is quite interesting. It belongs to Cheops' son Chefren. The pyramid looks bigger than it is because of higher elevation. Look... 
    Khafre's Pyramid gets less attention than the Pyramid of Cheops but it is quite interesting. It belongs to Cheops' son Chefren. The pyramid looks bigger than it is because of higher elevation. Look...  more »
  • The scale and size of the monument is simply unbelievable . To build something this size thousand’s of year ago is just astonishing . 
    The scale and size of the monument is simply unbelievable . To build something this size thousand’s of year ago is just astonishing .  more »
  • Built by Khufu's son, Khafre's pyramid is in the same style but just a bit smaller in size. Part of the original outer surface is still visible at the top. 
    Built by Khufu's son, Khafre's pyramid is in the same style but just a bit smaller in size. Part of the original outer surface is still visible at the top.  more »
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  • Such an amazing attraction. What's really interesting about it, is the mystery about the way it was constructed with these massive rocks. It's really marvelous especially in the morning/day time. It's one of the best attractions I have been to, it's worth while. Make sure to wear sans suitable/walking shoes so that you are able to enjoy the whole experience. It's a must go attraction, don't miss it.
  • It's amazing to these structures in person, photos don't do it justice!!
  • You definitely have to visit this. Although other pyramids further away have less tourists and are more in the desert thus you have a different experience more. Relaxing which I appreciated very much. I am thinking of dashour. Do note one thing, it is horrible how the camels and horses are treated at gizah. I find it criminal to pay for these services. Even if you're not specifically interested in these subjects, look it up, you will see beforehand and if you don't believe me, look inside. Please. Don't condone this. One thing is animal exploitation another thing is animal cruelty. Think it twice. Believe me I walked around the pyramids and I think it's a great experience because you get closer, you are not running but really taking them in and although they will insist that walking is not doable because it's too big, that's completely false, most of the people inside actually walk around.
  • I can't give this place what is deserve
  • You can go inside the pyramid, cool !

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