After a 14-year renovation totaling $6.6 million, the 4,700-year-old Pyramid of Djoser is ready to welcome visitors again
Source: Egypt Just Finished Restoring Its Oldest Pyramid
Egypt has finally reopened its oldest pyramid after 14 years of restoration work, but the timing could have been better.
Source: Tourists stay away as Egypt reopens oldest pyramid
Egypt has reopened its oldest pyramid ”Djoser pyramid” which is reportedly the world’s oldest monumental stone building to the public.
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After 14 years, the oldest pyramid in the world, known as the Pyramid of Djoser, has reopened. Here’s what it’s like inside.
Source: Inside the Pyramid of Djoser — the world’s oldest still-standing stone building — that reopened after 14 years of restoration
Egypt has reopened the 4,700-year-old Djoser pyramid after 14 years.
Source: Egypt’s oldest pyramid reopens to the public after years of restoration
Two 4,000-year-old pyramids built by the ancient Egyptians, one of them the unusual “Bent Pyramid,” are being opened to the public for the first time in…
Source: It’s Bent! Egypt’s Most Unusual Pyramid Finally Opened to the Public
Those considering traveling to Egypt have two more reasons to visit. Egypt has opened the “bent” pyramid for visitors to explore for the first time since 1965, as well as a satellite pyramid. The pyramids, located 25 miles south of Cairo in UNESCO World Heritage Site Dahshur, re-opened to visitors on Saturday. The “bent” pyramid, …
Source: Egypt Opens 4,600-Year-Old “Bent” Pyramid
Built more than 4,600 years ago, the pyramids are important examples of ancient architectural techniques…
Source: Visitors Can Now Explore Hidden Tombs Inside Two Newly Opened Pyramids in Ancient Egypt
Plan your trip to the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, Egypt with Jessica McDonald’s guide on what to see (including the Pyramid of Djoser) and how to get there.
Source: How to Visit Saqqara, Egypt: The Complete Guide