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The Pyramids

The Pyramids
The Pyramids - 3D Virtual Tour The Pyramids virtual tours can be started by clicking the preview window or by downloading the stand-alone versions. Just drag the mouse to the direction you want to look. Use the scroll wheel to zoom at the details. Press F9 to get a list of the 3D sites you downloaded (residing in the same directory). To install the listed sites as a screensaver press F5. Panorama shootings for The Pyramids were done in the year 2010. History of The Pyramids The Egyptian Pyramids were built as tombs for deceased Pharaohs and their consorts. The best known pyramids are undoubtedly the ones at Giza. The Pyramid of Khafre (143.5 meters high) is believed to be built by Mycerinus, the son of Khafre. The Bent Pyramid in Dahshur is considered the first ‘real’ pyramid. Sun Boat Museum In 1954 a real sized old Egyptian boat was found in a pit near the Great Pyramid. Credits We would like to thank Mr.

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