This pyramid is the key to all others. Well preserved and interesting. Far from crowds and vendors. A delight...
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This pyramid complex is recently open for public eyes, and it's already a hit. Few interesting details hide here. We can see curved pyramid as well as red pyramid of pharaoh Sneferu (Cheops father) who build three pyramids, becoming the pharaoh who moved most stones
Do check this out if you have sufficient time. Very different from the great pyramids. Most tourist only cover the 3 great pyramids howevery visiting this gives you a different feel of things.
Long inaccessible and hence missing from many itineraries, this was one of our favorite sites. When we visited the red and bent pyramids, there were only two other couples at each of the sites. The passage into the red Pyramid was interesting, but definitely not...More
While all the pyramids have their own interesting story, I particularly enjoyed and was amused by the history of the bent pyramids. If you are visiting the pyramids this is part of the geography.
In Dahshour there are 3 amazing pyramids: the Red, the Bent and the Black one - each one unique in its kind. In the Red Pyramid tourists can enter free of charge (maybe some tip to the custodian) through a descendent narrow tunnel and see...More
incredible location with few tourists, enjoyed the visits inside the red pyramid but also the countryside and the stark contrast between the plantations of date palm trees and the barren desert where the historic sites are located.
Our tour of Egypt covered this site. We were fortunate to have a guide who explained the relevance of this pyramid. If you have the time worth going to.
Not to be missed if you have the time. Visitors to Dahshur can climb down into the tomb deep inside the pyramid which is a real treat (not for the elderly, claustrophobic or those out of shape). Surprisingly empty of tourists when we went.