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They say that to journey through Egypt is to be as close as you can to time travel. As you stroll through the perfectly preserved ancient cities, you are walking among our oldest and earliest civilizations.  This remarkable country is home to some of the world's best-preserved ancient temples and tombs. Egypt is famous for its breathtaking scenery and a community of people whose customs and cultures have evolved over thousands of years alongside the majestic Nile.

Giza is a city in Egypt on the west bank of the Nile, near Cairo. The Giza Plateau, which is home to some of the most striking ancient monuments in the world, including a complex of sacred buildings and royal tombs from ancient Egypt, including the Great Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and several other sizable pyramids and temples, is what makes Giza most famous.

How to Spend a Day in Giza?

Giza Pyramid Complex: The Giza pyramid complex dates to 2400 B.C.. It includes the three great pyramids (Menkaure, Khafre, and Cheops), the Sphinx, and the valley temple. One of the structures located on the plateau is King Khufu's "Great Pyramid."

The Magical Sphinx: The Great Sphinx, also known as the Magical Sphinx, is said to be one of the earliest monuments in Egyptian history. It was constructed to protect the complex.

The Valley Temple: The Valley Temple is the famous site where the mummification process was conducted for the kings and queens.

Saqqara Step Pyramid: This was one of the first pyramids ever built in Egypt, around 2700 BC. This structure kicked off everything revolving around the golden age of pyramid construction in Ancient Egypt.

City of Memphis: Memphis was the first recognized capital of Ancient Egypt under the direction of its founder, King Menes. The city served as the center for government, commerce, and the arts under the ruler Ptah.

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