This is what you see inside the Red Pyramid in Egypt. It is said to be the world’s oldest true pyramids. This is located at Dahshur, 20 kilometres away from the famous trio of Pyramids in Giza.
Don’t be fooled by its name though. The whole facade of the pyramid has nothing red on it. It derives its monicker from the red limestones that you’ll see when inside.
Be also aware that going inside the Red Pyramid is not for those with weak bones. You’ll be going down on a 63-meter tunnel with your back hunched all the time. If you’re claustrophobic, don’t even dare to try.
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OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
- Photos: Inside the Red Pyramid in Cairo
- View of the Pyramids from The Citadel in Cairo
- Karnak Temple – The World’s Largest Open-Air Museum
- Photos of People Climbing the Great Pyramids of Giza
- Light and Sound Show at the Pyramids
- Sphinx Guest House – Room with a view of the Pyramids
- Photos: Sunrise at Mt Sinai
- From Downtown Cairo to the Pyramids by Public Transport
- A Look Inside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
- Cairo Skyline from The Citadel
- View of Cairo Skyline from Hilton Ramesis Hotel
- Hatshepsut Temple – Scene of the Crime in 1997
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