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The red pyramid. There was no one else there when we visited and that alone is a good enough reason to visit. There is a person at the entrance who will lend you a torch for a small donation. The slope down is 63m which...More
This one was very nice, we visited it before the Gizeh plateau.
Although it is not the biggest it is still huge!
And you can enter inside the pyramid, but be prepared as it has a narrow entrance and it smells like ammonia inside.
If you are adventurous enough, you can pay and go into the north pyramid. Make sure you are not claustrophobic as the tunnel to go down into the main chamber is long, narrow, musty and at a semi-steep climb. It's an amazing experience and knowing...More
This pyramid is located about a kilometre north of the Bent Pyramid. It is the largest pyramid of the Dahshur group and third largest after Khufu and Khafra on the Giza plateau. Also called the North Pyramid, it is build out of red limestone and...More
Before we set off on our trip to Egypt, we had resolved that we would try to explore at least one pyramid. We knew this would be tough. It would involve climbing a steep incline to the entrance of the pyramid, almost at the top...More
It is indeed an engineering marvel which is commonly known as the red pyramid due to the colour of the rocks. Going inside it helps in understanding the construction which is over four thousand years old and is truly a life time experience.
It’s also called the Red Pyramid of Sneferu, it is the third biggest pyramid and considered the oldest true pyramid that is it has smooth sided slopes. One can enter inside the pyramids for free. The entry is half way up the pyramid about 125...More
This is built by sneferu as the first successful smooth sided pyramid ever to be built from 2600 BC, search in the trio advisor for the red pyramid reviews as it is the same name and the most famous name of this pyramid.