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What Did Researchers Find Inside and Beneath the Pyramids?

What Did Researchers Find Inside and Beneath the Pyramids

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the most fascinating, stunning ancient structures of the ancient world. Although it is not the largest pyramid on the planet, it is undoubtedly one of the most impressive. Shrouded in mystery, the Great Pyramid of Giza has challenged our understanding of the ancient Egyptian civilization for centuries. No blueprints offer insight into how it was built, and there are no inscriptions inside it.

Mainstream scholars argue it was a tomb. But many experts disagree and believe it was nothing similar to a tomb. With a volume of approximately 2.6 million cubic meters, the pyramid was built with an estimated 2.3 million stone blocks. Its total weight is estimated at 6 million tons. Some of the largest blocks used in its construction weigh over 80 tons. These megalithic blocks were transported, allegedly by sea, from Aswan’s quarries, some 800 kilometers away. To this date, the Great Pyramid refuses to give up its secrets. But what have experts found inside and beneath the pyramid?

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