This was the 1st pyramid I ever went inside, back in 1978. Went back this last trip to refresh my memory. Brighter inside than Khufu's Great Pyramid, due to the paler limestone. Surprised by how small the sarcophagus was, narrow and not very deep. Big enough for a mummy, but a single coffin, at most. Right beside this pyramid is a quarry where some of the stone to build it came from - you can still see the ditches in the ground from cutting blocks. Look on the wall for an inscription by Prince Khaemwaset, son of Ramesses II.
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