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Unbelievable Mysteries Surrounding the Egyptian Pyramids

People around the world are still wondering how the Egyptian pyramids were made. As one of the biggest mysteries in the world, these pyramids are still one of the biggest riddles that even the most experienced scientists cannot figure out. Even though archaeological discoveries have shed some light on the history of these enormous monuments and burial sites, we still don’t know much about how they were created in the first place.

It’s interesting to think about how these gigantic structures were built at a time where people didn’t have the kind of technology needed for such large projects. Some say that the Egyptians had help from our extraterrestrial buddies, while others believe they had tools and technologies far more advanced than ours. Scientists still don’t know the truth behind the whole story but we do know a lot of interesting facts about the pyramids of Giza. Here are some of the most incredible facts and discoveries about this ancient wonder of the world.

It Is Believed That It Took 20 Years for 20 000 People to Build The Largest Pyramid in the World

According to some scientific research, the largest pyramid in the world was built by 20 000 people and it took them 20 years to complete it. The largest pyramid and the largest structure in the world at that time was the Great Pyramid, built around 2550 BC by Pharaoh Khufu. Historians and other experts claim that the Egyptians only used wooden tools and ropes to build this kind of a structure.

Unbelievable Mysteries Surrounding the Egyptian Pyramids
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When we take a look at it from today’s perspective, it seems highly unlikely that the ancient people managed to build something so extraordinary using only wood and ropes. No wonder why it took 20 years for all 20 000 people to finish the magnificent project.

This article was originally published on tworeddots and has been republished here with permission.

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