Guess what is behind the Giza Pyramids



Mon, 11 Dec 2017 - 07:46 GMT


Mon, 11 Dec 2017 - 07:46 GMT

Closer Look at King Farouk’s Lake – Best Places Egypt official facebook page

Closer Look at King Farouk’s Lake – Best Places Egypt official facebook page

CAIRO – 11 December 2017: Just 25 kilometers south of the Giza Pyramids, there are three lesser known but equally fascinating pyramids.

Grassess fill Farouk's Lake in Giza – Hossam Abbas Photography official Facebook page on Nov. 26, 2017

The Black Pyramid, the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid give this region great prosperity. They are three of the five remaining pyramids form the original eleven pyramids at Dahshur. The Black Pyramid was built by king Amenemhat III during the Middle Kingdom of Egypt, while the Red Pyramid is the largest of the three major pyramids in Dahshur and it gets its name from the red limestone used to build it; it is also considered to be Egypt’s first attempt to construct a true smooth sided pyramid. The third pyramid, the Bent pyramid, is the oldest of these three pyramids; it was built during the old kingdom of Senefru.

Natural View of King farouk Fishing lake – Best places Egypt official facebook page

Not far from these pyramids is a magnificent fishing Lake with calm, balmy water and a great view of Dahshur’s Pyramids in the background.

Snofru's Red Pyramid August 27, 2007 – / Sturm 58

Grassy land and fine weather surround the lake, making it a sought after place to the extent that it attracted Egyptian King Farouk as a relaxing spot while practicing his favorite hobby, fishing.

Black Pyramid" of king Amenemhat II at Dahshur March 28, 2008- / Tekisch

The lake also attracts migrating birds that stop on their way from Europe and Mediterranean cities and nestle amongst the trees, which makes the spot all the more special.



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