Facts about Egypt that will make you more intelligent
Egypt for kids
The world’s tallest man-made structure was the Great Pyramid of Giza for 3871 years until 1311, when the Lincoln Cathedral was made in England.
All Egyptian pyramids were built on the west bank of the Nile, which as the site of the setting sun was associated with the realm of the dead in Egyptian mythology.
The techniques used for pyramid construction have developed over time; later pyramids were not built in the same way as earlier ones.
The pyramids were originally covered of casing stone made of highly polished limestone; this made the light to reflect and pyramids to shine like a jewel.
Despite high temperature outside pyramid, the temperature inside pyramid is constant, around 20C or 60F.
Pyramids are not built by slave workers but they were built by paid workers.