Over 4600 years old, The Great Pyramid of Giza, is the oldest and surviving original Seven Wonders of the World and is still largely intact. Built over a period of 20 years, and standing at a colossal 479 feet, the Great Pyramid was the tallest man made structure for over 3000 years. With over 2 million stone blocks, this monumental feat of Ancient Engineering is seen today in some of the world’s most phenomenal structures that exist in modern society, and a tribute to the engineers of ancient Egypt.
The Great Pyramid isn’t only about scale. With building principles that still apply today it’s also a masterpiece of mathematics and precision engineering. Aligned to face true north with pinpoint accuracy, it is a triumph against impossible odds. The Great Pyramid is the result of human ingenuity and ancient engineering masterpiece.