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- The Louvre Pyramid (Paris, France) – Is the most visited Pyramid in the world, as it is part the Louvre Museum. It was completed in 1998 and has become a landmark in Paris. It is made of glass and metal and was designed by architect I.M.Pei.
- Pyramids of Giza (Giza, Egypt) – Are the great pyramids that consiste of the Great Pyramid, Pyramid of Khafre and Pyramid of Menkaure. See more about the the Great Pyramid also known as Pyramid of Khufu (see below).
- Luxor Las Vegas (Las Vegas, United States) – is a casino found on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. It was built by the inspiration of The great pyramid in Egypt, and was named after a city Luxor which is known for ancient monuments such as Luxor Temple, Karnak temple and the royal tombs of Valley of the Kinds and Queens.
- Pyramid of Khufu (Giza, Egypt) – Also known as the Great Pyramid is part of the Pyramids of Giza, it was the tallest man mad structure in the world. It was original built in white limestone but casting was removed over time and only the underlying core structure can be seen today.
5. El Castillo (Chichen Itza, Mexico) – Built by the Maya civilization around 8th and 12th centures AD. It was a temple to the Kukulcan, the Yucatec Maya.
6. Pyramid of the Sun (Toetihuacan, Mexico) – It was constructed around 200 AD, it is found next to Pyramid of the Moon (see below). The name was given by the Aztecs who came centuries after it was abended. It is the third largest pyramid in the world but is only half in size compared to the great pyramid of Giza.
7. Pyramid of the Moon (Toetihuacan, Mexico) – Is found in the same complex as the Pyramid of the Sun, it was used to stage the performance of sacrifices of animals and humans as well as a burial ground for the sacrificial victims.
8. Pyramid of Djoser (Egypt) – Is also known as pyramid of Djoserhe or step pyramid of Djoser. It opened to visitors in 2020 after a 14 year restoration.
9. Dahshur Pyramids (Giza, Egypt) – They are often described as a learning experience for the Egyptians which allowed them to build the great pyramids.
10. Prang Temple (Koh Ker, Cambodia) – it is 30 meter high stepped Pyramid with seven levels. In order to get here you need to pass through a labyrinth of structures.