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Engineering marvel

It is indeed an engineering marvel which is commonly known as the red pyramid due to the colour of... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
Conrad P
Muscat, Oman
Must Visit

It’s also called the Red Pyramid of Sneferu, it is the third biggest pyramid and considered the... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2017
Mayank A
Tinsukia, India
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2 Jun 2017
“Engineering marvel”
27 Feb 2017
“Must Visit”
Al-Haram Dahshur, Cairo 11511, Egypt
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Reviewed 2 June 2017

It is indeed an engineering marvel which is commonly known as the red pyramid due to the colour of the rocks. Going inside it helps in understanding the construction which is over four thousand years old and is truly a life time experience.

Thank Conrad P
Reviewed 27 February 2017

It’s also called the Red Pyramid of Sneferu, it is the third biggest pyramid and considered the oldest true pyramid that is it has smooth sided slopes. One can enter inside the pyramids for free. The entry is half way up the pyramid about 125...More

Thank Mayank A
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

This is built by sneferu as the first successful smooth sided pyramid ever to be built from 2600 BC, search in the trio advisor for the red pyramid reviews as it is the same name and the most famous name of this pyramid.

Thank Ibrahim E
Reviewed 8 August 2016

You can't come to Egypt wanting to see monuments then miss the Giza plateau & pyramids. The scale is impressive and how they could've built it too. I went before trip advisor started

Thank Ashley M
Reviewed 31 March 2016

You should visit this at least once in your life. It´s not cheap and the way down the pyramid is quite small and full of people.

Thank Helena A
Reviewed 20 January 2016

This is the first pyramid you will see when you go to Dahshur, it is not as huge as Giza's one but still as impressive. They call it the RED pyramids due to the colour of stone that has been used to build it. Going...More

Thank Luv to travel J
Reviewed 11 January 2016

I went with my daughter and grandson, but I opted out of going inside due to my health. Our tour guide filled me in, and he was quite informative. Pictures were available, which was fine for me, I was just excited to actually be here....More

Thank Daniel K
Reviewed 15 October 2015

the North Pyramid is as important as great Pyramids at Giza,built by Senefru of the 4th dynasty in Dahshur,about 30 km south of Giza. the location is special at the edge of the desert overlooking the valley.the huge size,the perfect burial chamber,the massive height,the calm...More

1  Thank Mohamedegy
Reviewed 3 October 2015

all the pyramids were for tombs of kings but after sometime the kings realized that pyrmids will actually incentivise people to disturb the dead due to nature of building & hence opted for below ground burials after the mykernos pyramids, this is one of the...More

1  Thank anaxbio1
Reviewed 9 September 2015

a short drive from cairo..this pyramid is appears to be in ruins..but still ha its charm..the climb is a bit and the interior is a bit erie.good for the adventurous.oldies can avoid this.

1  Thank irfanrawal
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