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Comment icon #6 Posted by grnpaed on 22 April, 2011, 13:40
When the Giza plateau was first selected for the site of these monuments, the climate was lush and semitropical. The entire plateau was built up in order to preserve it from the annual flooding of the river Nile. There are foundation stones weighing tens of thousands of pounds, dwarfing anything on the surface, that underlie the entire site... hundreds of sq. acres!
Comment icon #5 Posted by har on 10 April, 2011, 5:49
how much bigger are they if the loose sand was removed ? what was the landscape like back then ?
Comment icon #4 Posted by threadbare on 2 April, 2011, 6:04
THAT is awesome.
Comment icon #3 Posted by mr rainbow on 19 March, 2011, 21:24
nice view
Comment icon #2 Posted by Still Waters on 23 December, 2010, 22:50
Comment icon #1 Posted by Big Bad Voodoo on 14 December, 2010, 17:53
Priceless...
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