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360° Tour inside the Great Pyramid of Giza (Video)

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The BBC's 360° tour through the Great Pyramid of Giza , one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, provides viewers with an immersive virtual reality experience. The video tour starts in the heart of the pyramid, the ceremonial passage known as the Grand Gallery, and continues to the King's Chamber . The precision and architectural brilliance of the pyramid become evident as the viewers navigate through the narrow, low-roofed passages of this over 4,500-year-old edifice.

The video also explores the mysterious subterranean chamber, a feature of the pyramid normally closed off to the public. This enigmatic section is hewn out of the bedrock below ground level and, unlike the smooth surfaces found elsewhere in the pyramid, has rough and irregular walls. The purpose of this chamber and its unusual features, including a strange deep shaft and a short tunnel that ends abruptly, remain a mystery. Despite the enduring secrets it holds, the Great Pyramid , thanks to technological advances in virtual reality, now also shines as a marvel in the virtual world, giving us an unprecedented look into its fascinating interiors.

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Top image: Stairway inside the Great Pyramid, Egypt. Source:  witthaya / Adobe Stock.

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Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

This story was written back in 2011. Unfortunately, we were no longer able to repeat drone flights over the Pyramids. The good news is that the Pyramids have not changed during this time :)

There are not so many monuments on Earth that are as famous and ancient as the Egyptian pyramids. “Everything in the world fears time, yet time fears the pyramids,” says the Arab proverb. Constructed in the Old Kingdom during the reign of the fourth, fifth and sixth dynasties, the pyramids have experienced the ups and downs of many civilizations and empires. And despite several centuries of research, these monuments have still preserved its secrets.

Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

The Pyramid of Cheops, also known as the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Pyramid of Khufu, is the largest: it reaches a height of 138.5 meters, the sides of the base extend for 230.4 meters. Inside, there are three large rooms and many passages, shafts and tunnels. Above one of the galleries, a chamber being 30 meters long and about 2 meters high has been recently found. Its purpose has not been established, in the same way as the purpose of the Cheops pyramid itself: although it was built for this emperor, he was not buried inside it.

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In 2570 BC, the son of Cheops, Pharaoh Khafre (or Chephren), erected a pyramid nearby that rises at 136.4 meters. From certain angles, it seems higher but this is only an optical illusion which is explained by the steeper slope of the walls, as well as the location at the highest point of the necropolis of Giza.

Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

Behind it, there is the 62-meter pyramid of his son Menkaure. Legends say that such a modest size of the structure is explained by the short years of the pharaoh's life; while Herodotus called him a fair and merciful ruler who, perhaps, did not want to exploit people’s force in vain. Either way, this is one of the numerous mysteries of the famous Egyptian pyramids.

Another outstanding monument on the Giza plateau is the Great Sphinx, the oldest surviving monumental sculpture on Earth. In ancient Egyptian art, the sphinx was an animal with the body of a lion and the head of a man. Pharaohs were often depicted as lions which symbolized the divinity of their rule. The Great Sphinx, created around 2500 BC, was given a portrait resemblance to the then reigning Pharaoh Khafren and the monument itself was erected not far from his pyramid facing the Nile and the rising sun. The statue is 73 meters long and 20 meters high. In the past, there was a small sanctuary between the forepaws. From the middle of the 22nd century BC, the necropolis of Giza began to fall into desolation, and the desert occupied the space. The Sphinx was buried up to the shoulders with sand and was completely dug up only by the middle of the 20th century so that now we can admire this stunning monument shown in the AirPano panoramas.

Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

The Giza plateau is located not far from Cairo: in fact, it found itself on the southwestern outskirts. The city expands and approaches ancient monuments, creating a striking contrast between history and modernity.

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23 June 2023

Egypt. Great Pyramids

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Jebediah Springfield, Australia

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Isabel Schega, Mexico

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I have been watching many videos, photographs, art gallery, virtual tours from air pano. all are wonderful and gives you a feeling as if you are physically present yourself in those places. wonderful experience. many thanks to airpano and all those involved in this masterly presentations

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Thank you very much, Anil! We appreciate your kind words about our project.

Varvara, AirPano

Egypt is just a tremendous place to visit. Lovely people, calm weather and life better.

Waleed Barakat, Egypt

obviously you are all welcomed to visit Egypt, we really appreciate your hard work. thanks for well describing our Egypt. LONG LIVE EGYPT

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Wonderful, Amazing , Very nice

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Ingrid Kanitz, Germany

This is the best thing I have ever seen

Toottoot McRoot, Antarctica

Wonderful. I still have to wait a couple of years before I can take my dream trip to Egypt. Ive bookmarked your site so I can start exploring explore from home. Thank you!

Theresa Gilroy, Australia

Wow . We are happy when people come from all over the world to see our cities . Welcome all the tourists. And very big thank to www.airpano.com nice to know this site ^_^

Ahmed Misho, Egypt

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Edirce Messias, Brazil

i found this panorama extremely pointless and uncreative. i think you should reevaluate your life choices.

zech nicklesun, USA

Amazing and beautiful, thank you

Karel Hofmann, Czech Republic

O.K.Muy bien me gusta muchisimo.Gracias

Ricardo Javier Areta areta, Spain

that was SIMPLY AMAZING PLEASE make another panorama at Egypt again somewhere else!

Mohamed Osman, Canada

Fabulous - and can you let me know what the music is please? Thanks

Jenny Abbott, United Kingdom



Spectacular Very fantastic They are really big

Amir sagheb, Iran

Supeeeeerb !!!!

Florescu Mihai, Romania

Such a nice

Hamidreza Minaei, Iran


Marcelo Caldeira, Brazil

Permettez que je vous exprime toute ma reconnaissance de m'avoir permis de re-visiter ces monuments qui m'ont fasciné et dont je suis follement amoureux. Merci de tout coeur

Mohamed HABIBI, Marocco

Amazing picture!!!

shahriar Mehadi, Bangladesh

come and visit Egypt all of u ur welcome here

ahmed abd el hafiz, Egypt

a thing of beauty is a joy for ever amb

anthony mallia borg, Malta

i won't the two wonders of egypt.

Jake Issah, Ghana

Simply outstanding! These definitely made Transformers a huge success. :D

Nell Fog, Netherlands

home Hello there! Do you use Twitter? I'd like to follow you if that would be ok. I'm definitely enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.

Marcel Shelton, Germany

Dear Marcel, here is our Twitter profile: https://twitter.com/AirPano

C'est trais Beau,et Trais intéressant!!! Continuez!!!!!!! Merci.

André BARNES, France

I did visit the great chamber and believe in the orion theory! Amazing what You realised!

Francis Van den Abeele, Belgium

I traveld a lot before, but now as I am handicapt, I can visit and travel all over the world and learn a lot! Magnificent!

William Delbert, USA

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Munier Pierre julien, France

Absolutely amazing...great job!

emil koch, Poland

Brilliant. Well done. I shot a documentary in Egypt a few months after you did this, interesting place. I am still in the edit phase and was wondering if using some of your footage is possible? big ask, I know. Thanks!

kyle weyburne, Australia

Thank you for the preview. Would like to go there one day.

Michael Bradham, USA

When I discovered how the pyramids were built I decided to present it to the world via film, but Hollywood doesn't take my calls... and they send back my mail. I am an engineer. I know how they did it. It's stupidly simple really.

Greg Moress, USA

What you have done is unbelviebly fantastic.


There are more famous ancient sites in Egypt or elsewhere in the world , the Great Pyramids of Giza. They are, without doubt, the icon most associated with Egypt. They have been both the main destination for tourists, and a source of imaginative thought to the world for over three thousand years.

Ashraf Farouk, Egypt

wonderful,bestwishs!come on!

xiyuan pang, China

Excelente reportaje, es mágico y muy interesante...Gracias por compartirlo. :)

Nubia Daza, Colombia


BLANC jean-pierre, France

Espectacular the most outstanding ancient place ever. Climbed Keops in 1980 and this reminds me of the extraordinary master piece of ancient architecture... U should add more video shots it may help some investigators to reveal more secrets. I saw something wird at the top of the sphinx...great job keep on doing it. Best

Luis Ampuero, Thailand

I visited this magnificent place in 2002, but now I can see more!

Adriana Georgeta Biro, Romania

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i really enjoyed the beautiful pictures they were so clwar

aliyah attia, Australia

Dipanshu Upadhyay, India

"just by sitting in one place i travelled the whole world!i have no words to say!keep rocking..."great effort!

varadharajan aruna, India

Merci pour ces images, c'est tout à fait remarquable Eric GRILLE France

Eric GRILLE, France

Astounding!!! The same could be done with other monuments and sites around the world. Beautiful and simple.

Ivan Rodriguez, Puerto Rico

Magnifique travail,beaucoup de trés belle vues,merci,merci,merci.

Jean Thiry, Belgium

Superb ! Love it.

SM Naufer, Sri Lanka

This is well animated but how is it established that these structures ever existed? How is it established that the Egyptians used "animal skins" to "float" 2-ton stones? How is it established that the Egyptians even quarried those stones? What purpose would they have had for such a structure--knowing that no Pharaoh was found buried within? There are far too many questions to be explained by the water theory and most of those questions are answered like this: The Egyptians did not "build" the pyramids. They were the first to find them and built their society around trying to figure out how they were built.

Crazed Leper, USA

WoW , its wonderful i invite the all to visit my country and pyramids ,thank you airpano

mo7amed samir, Egypt

Thank you for your comment and invitation! In return we invite you to see another our panoramas :)

Outstanding! Job well done! Thanks for sharing this with the world. I can't wait to see more.

Justin Walker, USA

Magnificent. Thank you. Brought a tear to my eye to see what they are doing to my heritage today. When they said "time is afraid of the pyramids" they hadn't bargained on the fanatical urge to destroy. Egypt, the Sphynix and pyramids deserve better.The taliban did it in Afghanistan and the Mslim Brotherhood and other fanatics are doing it to Egypt. Thank you for letting the world see these magnificent monuments

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abdelghani ibrahim omar, United Arab Emirates

30 years ago I worked in the Gaza strip and camped and dived in Egypts red Sea long before any hotels were there, I could completely identify with you description of negotiation to gain permission. Well done! I enjoyed all your work immensely.

Neil Sjoberg, United Kingdom


camus jean claude camus eveline, Guatemala

Beautifull. Feels like i were there.

Saravanan S, India

jake johann, USA

I was last year in The Pyramids and elsewhere of Egypt. The views you show are more complet that I could appreciated even being there. Great and dangerous work, but amazing!!! Thank you!!!

Cristina Piermattei, Argentina

Many thanks, Cristina! You're always welcome! 

wonderfull, amazing

Rajiv Garg, India

Far-out - many thanks!!! I once climbed the Cheops Pyramid and spent a night on top of the Pyramid of Menkaure. I’ll gladly share some of your fantastic works via Twitter… All good wishes!

Harry Amon, Austria

Wooww, amazing, I really like to see the panoramic beauty of a country, including my country, it's just that it looks in the photo, when it? could see straight?

Yosafat Ruruk, Indonesia

Ton Lagraauw, Netherlands

cedo filipovic, Yugoslavia

I re-lived my visit to pyramids in 2000. It was very hot there. the magnificence of pyramids can be appreciated only by being there. we enjoyed the evening light and sound show also depicting the history of pyramids.

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ahmed ezzat, Egypt

My daugther and I visited Egypt 4 years ago and definitely I´m very suprised with this presentation. It´s wonderful!!!!. OH how a great work. I remember the trip and enjoy this marvellous air images


RYON Gérard, Singapore

Thank you. It's a great job for the world. You maré me see the pyramid's like I never see bafore. I never went to Egypt.

Teresa Leite, Portugal

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Jose Baeyens, Belgium

Long live Egypt!

Iwona Rychter, Poland

You have created an Angelic moment that the People of the World can appreciate, Thank you for that Cyber Moment I really felt it and this is outstanding!

Lezlie Scott, USA

thank you so much i have seen one of the world's heritage so near for the firsttime

salvatore borg bonaci, Malta

How about a panoramic view of the K(G)aba Aye Pagoda just a few miles from Yangon (Rangoon)! Thank you for all the joy you have given me.

hasan Dr moolla, Canada

thanks 4 everything

behrooz purmohammad, Iran

thank you airpano for your great work ,welcome every one in our lovely egypt. please ask our god to give us peace .

mohamed khalil, Egypt

Awesome, always wished to visit the Pyramids ,. Now I don't have to go personally as i have feasted on them . Read a lot during school & college days

Sabita Nazareth, India

"that's great ,thank you very much for your effort"

Amr osmna, Saudi Arabia

You are great! Crazy good projects have You. Be continue please. Good luck for your work and your life. Ferenc

Franck Wolf, Hungary

that's great ,thank you very much for your effort

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Stefan Kopeć, Poland

Avete fatto un lavoro SUPER: vi dovrebbero dare un Nobel per il turismo e l'ingegno, oltre ad un Oscar per la fotografia. Grazie 10k da Tullio

tullio simonetti, Italy

Simplesmente Fantástico, Parabéns pelo vosso trabalho

Fradique Santos, Portugal

fantastic !!! l am very lucky l was there 4 times

Agnes De Berlangeer, Belgium

I have had the good fortune of having visited the Pyramids site earlier. This was like reliving that lucky time. Commendable effort.

Masrur Ahmad, Pakistan

really amazing. I pray the Almighty to make my dream of visiting the Pyramids come true


Truly Amazing ! I have been blesses with having been there .

Rafael Sanchez, South Africa

sutch a lovely world we live in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Slobodan Todic, Mayotte

Very good,I enjoied the beautifull pictures!

Marcel Veen, Netherlands

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Hun Lee, Korea

Beyond Words!

Helen Malinak, USA

Superb! I'll never go there, so this was great. Thanks!

Peter Bell, Canada

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Mahesh Kapoor, India

It is really informative. This is the first time coming to this site.Yet IT IS FANTASTIC.

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simply awesome...

Saqib Bilal, Pakistan

WOW... I am in absolute awe!!! Thank you soooo very much for sharing, ohh my goodness, it was beautiful... I traveled from Egypt to Italy, i had a wonderful Sunday afternoon, and i shall travel to more of the most beautiful places during the week. Brilliant, Thanks for sharing your creative genius!!!

Felicity Cunniffe, South Africa

you guys are simply superb and doing good job for the rest of the people handling so many difficulties for people like me. May god bless you.i hope your future projects go very smoothly and you get permissions to shoot where you want to go and shoot. One last word for you wonderful people is EXCELLENT......

Bhagvan Rabari, India

The pyramids are no doubt great but so is your photography ..& how you managed is really fantastic ! Millions can see & enjoy the beauty ! ! !

Harish Budhlani, India

Only through the memory of my soul has Egypt come to me... until now through your work and haunting music. Now I am really homesick. ~*LOVE ALWAYS*~ Imelda

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حمزة ابوكا&#160, Israel

Thank you so much, you made me see the Pyramids like I never seen before. you are no#1. it feels like I'm in the air with your helicopter. it's so pleasant and amazing photography. Thanks again

ibrahim hassan, Egypt

Amazing pictures

Amira Saied, Egypt

Very nice! I was glad to hear my music in this panorama. However, the license my music is published under requires you to give a credit, without it your work is copyright infringing . Please make sure to include the following credit in the description: Music: 1000 and 1 Nights by SaReGaMa saregama-music.blogspot.com Thanks.

Sarva Mangalam, Antarctica

Dear Sarva, if you put your mouse over the melody selection button in the bottom left control block, you will see credits to the music. Is it OK or you need something else?

I have viewed only a few, I think as a commoner I have not ever viewed such a fantastic sites,wish I could visit such sites once in our life times,really fascinating & fantastic. Wish u all the best 4 the future.


Gracias por ste excelente trabajo

Angeles Ruiz, Spain

Brian Steven, Australia

I always wanted to see and experience the Pyramids but never got to Egypt. I am sure you have brought a lot of pleasure to a great many people viewing your excellent work. Well done and congratulations!

eduard goldschagg, South Africa

Thank you so much, you made me see the Pyramids like I never seen before. you are no#1. it feels like I'm in the air with your helicopter. it's so pleasant and amazing photography. Thanks again.

Taha Aladawi, Egypt

Absulutly FANTASTIC.!!!!!!!!! its a never seen before...... well done.

Serge Funel, USA


Laura Exner, Canada


Norma E Leibold, USA

Fantastic work. All kudos for your work. Please keep it up. Thanks a lot for giving the wonderful experience...

Satya Prakash, India

Thank you for the opportunity to see the Pyramids in your panoramic views.Thank you for persisting in this endeavor to make it possible for many to appreciate these ancient wonders. Lydia, USA

Lydia Stevick, USA

Excellent work. thanks

christopher charles, Qatar

I love the History and Pictures Egypt has. Charles Miller.

Charles Miller, USA

veeeeeeeryyyyy go0000ood

amir amiri, Iran

We are supposed to leave Oct.14th. Alexandria is our first port but with the unrest in Cairo, the cruise line suspended stops there through Sept. I will be so disappointed if the unrest continues and our cruise by passes Alexandria also. We have reservations to stay one night in Cairo and have a two day tour planned of the pyramids, etc. Sue Ann McClutchey Oconomowoc, WI., USA

Sue Ann McClutchey, USA

I´ve been there. your panorama give me now another perspective. I appreciate your work. Just find in your photos the perimetral stone wall almost hide in the sand I did not see when i was there. Thanks a lat for this and for de others too, are really amazing.

Audrey Sagols Ruiz, Spain

I would like to visit this wonderful place- The Emerates.But I cant afford it.


"Awesome"....exclusive....a must see for all who want to travel but cannot.....Lovely, must say....

Iris Fernandes, India

simply fantastic!! the trips of a life time!!!~! thank you

bobby turua, Cook Islands

George Wiebe, Canada

Great Photography and a good sense of humor despite of the exaggeration

Mohamed Eisa, Egypt

Beautiful photography!! Reminded me of my visit in 2006

Jatinder Peters, India

just unimaginable. mind shattering. such a wonderful idea of photographing & presenting with a bird's view.awesome,wonderful... no words to describe the feeling.

mihir patel, India

Just great I dont think you could make it any better.

Tom J h Wilson, Australia

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Ramón Cano, Mexico

Thanks for the good work guys keep up and stay blessed

Henry Nyakudya, Zimbabwe

From the comfort of my room through my PC I was engulfed with an aura of a tourist to this beautiful site. Everything from the zenith of the pyramid to the chopped nose of great Sphinx was awesome. Your panoramic works are really inspiring and I share in the pains and frustrations you always encounter while preparing for your fans the memorable gifts. May these works live beyond you.

Kamil Alabelewe, United Arab Emirates

Reading about what you have to going through, to get such magnificent photos make them more fascinating . . . thanks

Guillermo Medina, Mexico

Awesome.Is better than the view that I was physically there. Visit it on 07Aug12.

Fun Chong, Malaysia

What a wonderful world.

William Poole, Australia

"Absolutely amazing, great graphics. Thank You!"

Gloria Charles, Cayman Islands

Very interesting, visited the site in 1997!

charmaine botha, South Africa

Amazing.Thank you for giving these wonderful spectacles to the world for free. Samuel.M.G

M.G. SAMUEL, India

Congratulations for your amazing and perfect job.

Javier Escobar Arce, Mexico

This is really a great work. And this is the way our future generation will know about the history. Great and kudos to all those involved.


Hi Guys, My wife Janette who is an amateur Egyptologist and I go regularly to Cairo and stay at the Mena House Hotel with a balcony just across the road from the Pyramids so we know the area well. But your photos and website are simply amazing. The best view of the pyramids we have ever seen. Where did you buy your helicopter? I want one! Regards, David and Janette

David Waddington, United Kingdom

Thank you for sharing these stunning photos. Music is lovely too....takes me away to a magical place...:)

Debra Lawrence, United Kingdom

Ver las pirámides de nuevo ha sido maravilloso, extraordinario. Muchas gracias, espero volver a Egipto.


What asight to behold!!!

Marian Hemming, United Kingdom

Your pictures are beautiful! .... Amazing and beautiful photography!

Maged Nabawy, Egypt


arun brahmbhatt, India

wonderful!such a amazing work excellent job!

Babar shazad, Pakistan

Amazing - Wonderful work - I never went there physically but now I saw how impressive this region in Egypt looks like. Thanks for sharing with everyone.

Helene Knight, Canada

Was just there 10 days ago - what an experience. Because of the revolution tourism is way down so we were almost alone walking around the pyramids - amazing!

Robbins Hail, USA

I have visited Egypt a number of times and obviously gone to the pyramid site, BUT the views you have shown areabsolutely outstand. Wonderful

Anne Murray, United Kingdom

The best i've seen in a long time absolutely outstanding.

Mel Jameson, Canada

Carmen Reynoso, Mexico

Thanks for the memories never thought I would see the SPHINX again I have a pic I took in 1944 while there in the Royal Air Force There was more Nose on my pic then.

John Greves, Canada

brilliant idea to show people the whole world, take me back to cairo, well done.

mona saad, Egypt

strokes of genius............

jai rao, India

Truly awesome experience. Thank you for your efforts . Keep up your great work

Farooq Rathore, Pakistan

I was born there .What an amazing job you have done .Thanks for the memories.

Michael Pace, Australia

i was born there in 1946, left in 1964 your work is wonderful i love it michael

michael athanassiou, Australia

Exelent Job, Beautiful, fantatic PANORAMA THANKS!!!!

Jose A. Siaca-Martinez, Puerto Rico

I just loved this panorama.The photos and the background music are awersome and someday I hope I'll be able to see these wonders in person!

Lise Jacques-Cartier, Canada

This is one of the best Wed site I ever found in my life. There is no word to explain how much I enjoyed these pictures by myself, family & friends. We feel like we visited these places. Thank you very much & wish you all the best. Hope to see many more in the future. May God bless you all.

Tushara Wasantha, Sri Lanka

Thanks a lot for your kind attention.

Fabuleux, cette visite des pyramides est grandiose.Très beau travail.

pollux david, France

Sjoe, absolutely fantastic!!!

Heloise Horne, South Africa

Ever since elementary school I've been fascinated by the pyramids. Now, at my age - 60, I doubt I will ever make it there. Thank you so much for doing this work so that the rest of us in the world can appreciate it! Your work is in a completely higher realm than 'still' pictures.

Leslie Adam, Canada

Many thanks for the comment. Regards!

Catherine Storey, Ireland

Last May I visited Egypt and enjoyed the sights and sounds of this ancient culture.The view of Pyramids and Sphinx of Gaza at ground level itself was awe inspiring.These aerial views are simply breath taking. Learnt about the troubles your team had to endure to produce such marvellous creations. Thank you very much.

Kasi Viswanathan, India

Thank you very much for this Lovely Panoramic view of Egypt, as if I went there.

Amal Zakka, Lebanon

poyya mozhi, India

Amazing is not a word. Thank you for sharing this.

Sanjna Bhargava, India

Tam2 Ghazali, Malaysia

I visited the Pyrmids and Cairo in 1946 while serving in the U S Navy, and I rode a camel out of Cario to visit and View Them, It has always been the highlight of my visits throughout the world. Now you have made it possible for me to view it once again and to share the moment with Family and Friends. Thanks for renewing the memories. Super Great Job.

D. Wayne Penny, USA

You are welcome! Come to visit our site again.

Fabulous, awesome, amazing photography. Thanks .

Sue Sabet, USA

Shakeel Ahmed, Pakistan

Thanks for read your mail and increase my travel nolage ok bye

Qasim Chanda, Pakistan

Really ,God is great !! He created man and the man made the Pyramids !! Thomas Kunnath, India

Thomas Kunnath, India


Aswathanarayana Narayana, India

Quite a view, one can feel one's KA is flying over Ancient Egypt.

John Pace, Canada

Great work done by you, a real feeling of seeing the Pyramids in Egypt, though sitting far away from the place. I would request you to add some historical places of India also in your work.

Paul Antony, India

There really were no words to express my emotions after seeing the work done by you guys. I got to know about this beautiful work through mail recently. I was always amused hearing about the pyramids, but I was never able to make a visit there, even though I still wish I could be near that monument. I was feeling happy to watch all these places from my personal computer and felt as if I was standing on top of the world or flying over the horizon like a bird and watching what was there below myself. I was stunned by the pictures of the Angel Falls Venezuela. I appreciate the hard work guys and it is really bad that you had to negotiate 4 hours to get all these most valuable images back to your hand. May God bless everyone involved in this team

Bharatharaj venkateswaran, India

Your message touched us. Thank you for it. Regards.

This is sooo cool!!!!!!!

lily jones, Bosnia and Herzegovina

first of its kind, really fascinating. AWESOME!

Ronaldo Garcia, Philippines

I have not yet seen your panaroma

Charlie McNutt, USA

There are no words to express my grattitudes for your excellent effort. In ancient days man made wonders, but, these present days we are getting close to these wonders from any corner of the globe. Thanks once again for your help indeed. Shaik.Abdul Samad- Koovur-W.G.Dt.A.P.India.

shaik Abdul Samad, India

excellent work in photographing one of the the most monumental of creations of human beings.thanks for the work of art!

harihara murthy, India

Appreciate your words.

I declare itto be a 10!!!! Beavtifvl work!! Iam 69 yers old, don't expect I'll ever get to go to see the wonders of this world in person,bvt now yo are bringing the world to me.I love yo folks for that!! Blssings to all who made this possible!!!! Linda from Portsmovth,New Hampshire

Constance "Linda" McColett, USA

This is amazing !!! Good work !! Thank You ~ ~ ලස්සන වැඩක් ~

chitraka ambepitiya, Sri Lanka


李 雪, China

This is amazing! Excellent Views ! Thank You !

Rygulski Robert, Poland

The panorama is absolutely fantastic.

Frank Perry, USA

Simply marvelous Unbelievable

sulabha VP, India

Exciting to look at.

Helen Cassar, Malta

These panoramic images are absolutely breathtaking. My husband and I visited the pyramids and Sphinx 33 years ago; seeing them again through these photos brought back wonderful memories. Thank you so much and keep up your good work!

Joanne Pons, France

Thank you for your kind wishes. Regards!

nice presentation

Don Branker, USA

No adjectives to describe. Can only say its AWESOME. Repeat really AWESOME.

Naval Nadirshah Driver, India

We were just there two years ago right before the revolution and that country is so beautiful and so are the people This is just beautiful pictures and brought back lots of beautiful memories. GREAT JOB contineu this project this should be shown to kids in schools to show real history.

Interesting, come and see for yourself the 'truth' about pyramids&sphinx.

Ayoub M AYOUB, Egypt

Excellent! Memories of a visit in 1961! Does a man still run up the Great Pyramid? Memorable!

Kathleen McMorran, United Kingdom

Beautiful pictures, very nice and marvelous, this gives a great view of Egypt..thanks..

Saleem Khan, India

Thanks for the memories. have not seen Cairo or the other sites since 1944, when I was in the Royal Air Force.As I lost all my photographs in a fire in England, I now have some reminders of my time in the Middle East

Cliff Campbell, Australia

Brilliant, cannot watch it enough, better than flying in a simulator, from beach girl in Perth Austalia, thank you again

stephanie duncan, Australia

Excellent work by your team. Stupendous.

Ramabadran Srinivasan, India

I never imagined that I can watch such man-made wonders so minutely. In fact, I indebted to your team!

L N V K Durga Prasad, India

I visited Egypt in 2010 and saw Giza Etc. I flew over the valley of the Kings in a hot air balloon then. It was humbling to be at the bottom as well as view these marvels from the top. Great remembering it all , thanks for your magnificent tour.

J Pim, Canada


BENNY RAMOUTAR, Trinidad and Tobago

A job well done. Thanks for sharing.

Vee Wong, Canada

wonderful! for some of us this is the only way to see how beautiful egypt and its pyramids are. thank you very much for this great proyect,

maria velazquez, USA

i never imagined i could get this kind of close and detailed view of the man made wonder. Amazing is nowhere near the perfect description of the wonder you have captured for us. I am indebted

ranganathan seetharaman, India

We appreciate your attention and are really glad you left this message for us.

Just one word "AMAZING".

Pradeep Panghal, India

Marvalleoul creations. Not worth missing it to see in life at least once. By seeing through the pictures, a feeling to be at the place in Egypt is experienced. Thanks for exposure to such a prime and excellent view.

Indravadan Vakil, India

Love Egypt?!

Gerard Sursock, Australia

Fabulous - Great idea and brings back so many memories. Great work.

Vic Pretorius, South Africa

thanks to you every time i wanted to visit my houme country to remember my self when i was young i watch thanks for making my eye tearing.

ramadan elkafrawy, USA

Quite an amazing experince of the Trip around the world whilesitting at home !!!Great Idea!!! What a progress of Human mankind ?

Vijay Deshpande, India

Il est bon de faire connaitre toute les difficultés administratives que cela comporte de faire un reportage filmé en Egypte.Pays merveilleux .Mille merci Geneviève

geneviève bovard borlat, Switzerland

Thank you for a dream come true. I might not be able to visit one of my Dream Countries but your pictures did it for me. Thank you again. M-S Kelly


This is really amazing!!!! I've seen the pyramids and Sphinx from afar when I went to Egypt years ago. Watching this makes me feel I have visited Egypt again. Thank you for sharing this.

Lorna De Rivera, Philippines

what can i say but all superlatives!!!you guys give me goose bumps !!thanks a million for giving the world these pictures and videos...we are grateful ...wishing you huge "gizallion" success on this venture !!

angie goto, USA

afsal aboobakker, India

that we totally AWESOME....thanks for sharing....

geri mcgary, USA

awesome the bestarmchair ride ever

bryan joyce, Australia

Beautiful...I have always wanted to see Egypt, particularly the Nile, Great Pyramids, Sphinx, Valley of the Gods, etc. It seems I just did. Thank you for the experience & please continue to do and share this kind of armchair travel!

CC Proctor, USA

"Out of this world!!!"I boast to be one of the few who ever CLIMBED the Khufu (Cheops) pyramid, right to the top,in 1984, at dawn(and have the photographs to prove it). It was awesome!and very tiring...it was highly illegal , or so my guide told me, but we did it, climbing the edge up and then down again, equally audacious. Once at the top I saw the same panorama as shown here. Thank you for the re-experience!

Ben Andriessen, United Kingdom

awesome works.. really amazing... i ws stunned.

reynold jose, India


ali mahmed, Bangladesh

Absolutely fantastic. Been working on Egypt for two years I've been at pyramids some times when those where free to visit but this film reveals for me a enterely new view of pyramids. Congratulations was a good job

Rui Figueiredo, Portugal

it's best video of Giza i ever seen. Please Try to catch Video in Indonesia. You can see Borobudur, Prambanan Temple... it's Good for panorama video.. Visit Bromo, Bali... :)

Hadi Sarwono, Indonesia

amazing is all i can say great job

Ravi Rebbapragada, India

wow...... perfect combination of adventure, technology and photography ...

Geetesh Shakyawar, India

Thanks!! Now i feel as if i have toured the Pyramids.Great work.

Dora Long, Malaysia

Great work. Sorry for the hard time you had, but it was worth it, and sure you will have a better experience next time. I'm also into RC, and I'd love to make such photos myself.

Montasser Wahid, Egypt

Wao!! Simply amazing. Feels like I just visited Egypt. Thanks for sharing.

Victor Ibekwe, Nigeria

What a wonderful way of photoing the pyramids. It looks like the tinney heliocopter has great military possibilities as well as surveying for large construction projects.

Kermit Karns, USA

Thank you! I have been to Egypt and these panoramas bring everything back. This is great.

Barbara Blättler, Namibia

Simply Amazing, i have done my tour.

Ambresh Hanmanthu, India

"It is a wonderful job and ultimate panorama keep up the good work, thank u a lot for this efforts"

sadegh lasebai, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

This is so wonderful. Where can l get a copy of this?

Rochelle Jardenaire, USA

Dear Rochelle, our panoramas can't be saved or downloaded. Only online viewing is available. If you would like to use the panoramas offline you need to buy them. You can use print screens or iFrame code for non-commercial purposes according to our citation rules: http://www.airpano.com/citations.php?set_language=2


MARIA NG, Malaysia

Thanks! We'll go on for sure.

Although i have not been these places i really enjoy the panorama imagining its geographical,historical and environmental values.

piyatilleke kaluwa dewa, Sri Lanka

Truly the wonder of this planet - Hoping the Islamic brotherhood will not destroy these wonders. Egyptians should go back to their old glory and their own Gods in religion, going back will make them powerful again. Egyptians are not Arabs, they are Egyptians an exceptional civilization.

Howard MacAndrew, USA

Go to the hell!!! :-) It IS beutiful idea!!! Ruisian brain is same as american (red or blue brother it is same)but with poetic charge. Thank YOU guys. By czech language:"fuck Magi(Czech broth)cubes" or "That to me (dick) get out."

RUDLA newer mind, Czech Republic

Simply marvellous. I have seen a few views esp. the pyramids & I am deeply impressed, I have earlier visited Cairo and the various pyramids and thus I could enjoy & appreciate the panorama still more. Well done.

Vijai K Sharma, India

I thank the team behind this great and difficult spectacular job. I am proud of being an Egyptian at the same time I enjoy this Panorama. Thanks to all who commented so nicely

Cherif Loutfi, Egypt

We are grateful for your interest. Thanks!

I would like to see some of the pictures of these fabulous countries that is on show thanks Mavis Law

Mavis Law, South Africa

Feel Like Im in EGYPT This is Amazing

bill platers, Australia

Great work!Well done.

koralagamage sarath chandraratne, Sri Lanka

Its a great job...but i think that u discovered,that if u went through the proper channel,every thing will be easier,any how,I realy admire what u have done,now u know the way,looking forward to see u,we have many other good sights worth to be photed....wish u good luck,take care....

ahmad zeidan, Egypt

Me pareció estar cerca de un mundo celestial que sació mi sed de conocer. Infinitas gracias.

Mario Adalberto Machón Escoto, El Salvador


Amaratunga Ha, Sri Lanka

Simply......... unbeleavable..

Dillip Baral, India

superb show. keep the good work up

sanath Panabokke, Sri Lanka

Muy buenos paseos en helicóptero , que se repitan de otros bellos lugares .

Hector Araujo, Uruguay

wow! great work ...amazing

aliya sharafi, Canada

Great photos!! Than, fantastic scenes also can be sharing in hintherland of Brazilian Amazonia; especialy on lefth border of River Amazonas

Rogério Funfas, Brazil

Veeeeery excelent !

Ricardo Ruhl, Brazil

Fantastic Photos, excellent topic, your work shows the length you went through to get such honourable results... Congratulations! It´s a true version of these monuments, which can only be a praise to Egypt Country and People... Well done! Berry and John Bell

Berry Bell, Brazil

We are grateful for your kind opinion.

Thanks for the opportunity to remember the nice weeks I´ve spent in that magic land....keep up the good work. Congrats

Genaldo Vargas, Brazil

topic Beautiful

zaki adob, Egypt

really its amazing work thank you ( long life Egypt )

ahmed elkhshin, Egypt

This is amazing! (Y)

Abdelrahman Hesham, Egypt

thanks a lot ,, we appreciate your efforts to bring this magnificent work .. we like to share our great history with all the world

Ahmed Ibrahiem, Egypt

wow wow wow... i'm looking forward to my next visit to egypt. this time must be Cairo

Tosca Gauthier, Luxembourg

good contents

yucheng LI, China

Thank you very much for your great work! I can use your photos to help my students to know Egypt Pyramids!

baole chang, China

Me pareciò , algo Fantàstico , realmente me transportò alli casi que en el tiempo mismo , !gracias por mostranos estas bellezas , del mundo , y mas las Piràmides , ! cosa , que jamàs sabremos , como fueron conztridas ,, !!!! gracias , gracias , bellìiiiiiiiiisimooooooooooooo!

Ana Maria masramon, Argentina

Excellent piece of work.Pls add other world famous sites if u can.Thanks.

karim dhanani, Kenya

Superbe réalisation! Un grand merci à l'équipe de tournage pour nous avoir fourni pareil document.On s'y croirait..!

Renée MARCEL, France

Unfortunately, we don't understand French. Please leave your messages in English. Thanks.

This is a very poor country with so much history. You have to be there to understand. Don't miss the River Mile cruise. One day we pray the troubles of the country will be over so we can return.

P;hyllis & Terry Fondriest, USA

well done panoramas are excellent and the music is inspiring was there a certain composer who made that type of music

jordyn bateman, Australia

If you can get there you must see Egypt before you leave the earth.We will never forget the sensation of seeing the treasures of Egypt.I only hope whatever form of government comes to power there protects them. Gerry & Jacki Mongeluzo

Gerry Mongeluzo, USA

I love the site! Please, I need some information: what is the name of the songs that touch the video of the pyramids? Thank you!

Dener Giovanini, Brazil

Thanks a lot for the message left. The answer to your question can be found on page FAQ http://www.airpano.com/FAQ.php

I loved it, beautiful, beautiful beautiful! I appreciated many details. I wish to know Egypt, seeing these pictures, my desire is even greater. Thank you for the beautiful work.

Bya Albuquerque, Brazil

magnifico estonteante da vontade de estar la pois nunca tive esta oportuninade lindo lindo lindo obrigado aos colaboradores desta pagina

teresa cristina dos santos crespo, Brazil

Veľmi dobrý nápad. V živote som túžila na vlastné oči vidieť tie nádherné skvosty ako sú pyramídy. Pre rôzne dôvody (zdravotné, finančné) to asi nikdy na vlastné oči neuvidím. Ďakujem touto cestou za naozaj dobrý nápad, je to naozaj nádherné. Ešte raz ďakujem.

Jarmila Laznovská, Slovakia

LOVEEDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!! Keep doing extraordinary things like this!!

Bia amorim, Brazil

At first I want to thank you for sharing this FANTASTIC PHOTO with us. then I want you to photo the deep of the red sea to show all the world how beauty it is , the mountains of the red sea and TAHRIR SQARE too .

Ahmed Alaa El-Din, Egypt

Thank you for the high appraisal of our work.

Cest voyager à peu de frais... tout simplement magnifique bravo!

Drapeau Réjeanne, Canada

thats a great jop.u know i always see pyramids, but this time u make feel like first time i see pyramids thank u very much. u are great man who made that great work for great pyramids :D :D xD

AhMeD SaaD, Egypt

Que de superbes images, bravo ! Quel plaisir de revoir ce beau site !

Joyce Mez, Switzerland

Egypt's most beautiful tourist country in existence. Even drank water from the Nile back again if in another world. وحشتينى يا مصر


Thanks a lot for the message left.

Os meus sinceros parabéns por este maravilhoso trabalho e belas fotografias! Já lá estive e também adorei!!!Vivi muito intensamente esta história do mundo! Maravilha!

Julieta Mateus, Portugal

de verdad los felicito por el arduo trabajo que realizaron para beneplácito del resto del mundo personas como ustedes hacen que la humanidad pueda permanecer sobre la tierra. gracias

Rosa Maria Gómez, Mexico

Magnifiques,époustouflantes et fascinantes images ! www.glmm.fm

Misraïm GLMM, France

This is amazing!

Ajay Karde, India

ces images magnifiques nous ont montré les sites d'une façon totalement différente de ce que nous avons vu. A quand d'autres images aussi superbes. A bientôt j'espère.

MARION Valerie, France



Wonderfull committed work, one can feel that I am visiting the world famous Gaza Pyramids of my own. Encourage you to bring such panaramic views fo many such world famous events. Goog... Good..

kalavakuri Abraham, India

Many thanks for the message left.

Mind blowing. Thank you for your hard and rewrding work

Balkrishna Kurvey, India

Very good~ Great masterpiece~

Sinhung Chen, Taiwan Region

I was astounded and in awe when discovering AirPano.com. It is the most closest trip in facing reality around the world while sitting at your computer. Magnificent job by the Russian Photographers with their Helicopter Camera support. Would love you to add some of the Senic South Island namely...Queenstown, Central Otago, Dunedin, etc! You have glued me to your site.

Kevin Wilson, New Zealand

It's nice to hear from you, Kevin. Thanks for your message and high appraisal of our works.

Le panorama est très bien fait, ceux qui critiquent n'auraient surement pas mieux fait compte tenu de la difficulté qu'il y a à circuler librement, sur terre ou dans les airs.


Great work man .. i have a question, what's that thing which holds the camera in the air? if i want to get one,is it available?

Islam Ma'moun, Egypt

Lovely.Gives one a v.v. realistic view.But no amount of armchair travelling can give one the real feel of these magnificent monuments.You have to be there to experience their awesome majesty Egyptian Tourism please thank me for the canvassing!!!


ok. Thank you :)

Great Great

nabil effat, Egypt

it is a great job what u did u can be all over the world better than to be in cruise it is amazing & the rate supose to be 10 not 5 thanks for the hard jop u did.

samir riad, Canada

Fantastic panorama

anas tar, Morocco

Uaauuuu Maravilloso, Precioso, Increible, Un viaje virtual, me gusto muchisimo, los felicito.

Claudina Corte, Mexico

Extraordinary ! Amazing ! Magnificent ! Thanks for let us share the beauties of this world by combining great ideas, high technology, wide knowledge, great sense of esthetism and on top a great moment of poetry

Hana Farid, Egypt

Thank you, Hana, for the high appraisal of our work. We appreciate it.

1xűen fantasztikus,csodálatos,lélegzetelállító!

Tóth Imre, Hungary

absolutely amazing, Congratulations.

João Carlos krahe, Brazil


小龙 黄, China

These are really Excellent Views.

Brett Thomas, New Zealand

Wow it is suuuuuper! Absolutely Fantastic! Thank You ( Rate 15 from 5)

tonio Dubis, Poland

Gracias!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Bellisimo!!!!!!!! Saludos desde San Fernando- Bs.As.-Argentina--

marina solis, Argentina

Uma excelente iniciativa. Parabéns!

Flávia Moreira, Brazil

Fantastic job keep it up. Thanks to you people that cannot travel because handicap situation can see other places and things in the world.

Pedro E. del Valle, Puerto Rico

It gives us pleasure to hear from you.

My Great Land EGYPT تحيا مصر أم الدنيا

Mohammed Khalil, Egypt

awesome really you are the superstar i recommend to visit also the Temple of Abu Simbel, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, sharm el sheikh & finaly Old Cairo welcome to Egypt

mohamed helaly, Egypt

Thanks a lot for the message left and your recommendations.

Diez puntos, impresionantes las panorámicas

josé castro, Argentina

muito bom mesmo!

Rodrigo Farias, Brazil

Egypt is the Best

mohamed hammam, Egypt

truly awesome beautiful pictures and the pyramids are amazing respect i want it for wallpaper ! congratulations amazing job!

mel apsem, Greece

your work is the best , waiting for more success , what's your camera model ?

sherif magdy, Egypt

i recommend to visit also the Temple of Abu Simbel, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, sharm el sheikh & finaly Old Cairo welcome to Egypt & thx 4 ur effort

Sami Derias, Egypt

Can't imagine the things or materials existing in this world.

G. D. Nair, India

Yes, the world is different. Its variety impress ;)

Kathryn Fox, USA

Great vorks!! Congratula!4

Laszlo Molnar, Hungary

once again u have proved that u r the ultimate panorama masters of the world!excellent work done and it was magical.superb.well done and thank u for sharing this scenes with us.

Brandon Watts, India




xu lu, China

Oh my God, Grear work for a wonderful country like Egypt. sorry Guys if you have had any problems during your visit but be sure that Egypt will be always the land of peace & welcome it's visitors from all over the world forever.Thanks for your wonderful photos& keep up the good work.

Marwa Hamed, Egypt

very best so my favorites..

nilguen ceran, Turkey

hi again, i wish you come here ( iran ) and one day i see very nice panorama of iran(shiraz-esfahan-mashhad,...) in your site :) i love your panoramaaaaaa

Morteza Fallah, Iran

يارب يحرسك يا مصر

adel sopc, Egypt

WOW !! its amazing . good job boys :) //LIKE//

amir lotfi, Iran

GREAT...7 STARS....WOW !!!!

Patrizia Pittau, Switzerland

Good job boys! KARŞIYAKA ÇARŞI her yerde...

Karşıyakalı Atakan

great work ^_^

Mohamed farouk, Egypt

created an interest to visit the place, no words to comment


Excellent work wonderful & amazing ...congratulation KSA-SCTA-MAS

Fahad Al Wadie, Saudi Arabia

É realmente espetacular. Observei tudo, nos mínimos detalhes. Deu-me mais vontade de ir até lá. Parabéns a toda a equipe de fotógrafos.

Ítalo Pasini, Brazil

Super....really its hard work but the result is fantastic....go go go i do recommend to visit also the Temple of Abu Simbel, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, sharm el sheikh & finaly Old Cairo welcome to Egypt & thx 4 ur effort

Amr Gamal, Egypt

Dear Sir Thank's for you this is it's & all your works wonderful very much I hope of you send me any new videos to my email. My greetings kindly

Hassan Nagi, Egypt

Thank you for the comment and recommendations!

Dziekuje bardzo. Wreszcie spelnilo sie moje marzenie, odwiedzilem piramidy w Egipcie. Grat Thanks. Finally my dreams were fulfilled, I visited pyramids in Egipt.

Eugeniusz Gawor, Poland

abdallah emam, USA

naji halab, Switzerland

Simply amazing! As exciting as being among the pyramids!

Moacir Santos, Brazil

a very nice job

more than nice

walid aziz, Egypt

جميل جدا

abdullah helalat, Jordan

I have visited the pyramids twice in my lifetime but I must say that your panorama was unbelievable. I tip my hat to you....awesome work!!

Patrick Ross, USA

It is a wonderful job and ultimate panorama keep up the good work, thank u a lot for this efforts

Aisha Mohamed, USA


Adel Morsy, Egypt

egypt heart of the world

ahmed elsayed, Egypt

jehad jehad ali hammad, Jordan

I've not visited the pyramids' though i would love to sometime. But I do believe that I may not appreciate the same in reality because your panorama is absolutey mind blowing! Great Job !!!

cherry cherian, India

Don't refuse viewing the pyramids with your own eyes if you can afford. They worth your attention. Anyway, thanks!

Thank you very much Airpano for the great efforts, I hope it encourages more Tourists to come visit the amazing EGYPT (it's NOT enough to watch it here) :) [an EGYPTIAN Tour Guide]([email protected])

Mahmoud Ramadan, Egypt

great work we are thanks all who shares this work من اروع الاعمال الاعمال التى تروج السياحه لمصر نشكركم على ذلك وبالتوفيق وياريت نشوف باقى الاثار بنفس الطريقه

Alaa Ata, Egypt

best of the best from the best

Hesham Sabry, Egypt

thanks of all the thanks from many-many thanks :)

it is great

Ahmed abdel samad, Egypt

عمل رائع رائع رائع رائع رائع تسلم ألايادي التي ساهمت في إخراجه . معماري مصري/ يحيي سلان.

yahya raslan

great shots mate i loved it , smooth and steady i am Egyptian and i do aerial photography my self but i know that aerial photography is prohibited in Egypt for no reason u were lucky that the police didn't come after you what camera and lens u were using on you hexakopter ?

Ahmed Zidan, Egypt

Very nice i hope this amazing shots will attract tourists to visit Egypt to see more

Mona Mostafa, Egypt

EXTRAORDINARY ,bellissimo grazie molto sei grandissmo

yasser ahmed, Italy

I think that the panorama was great but it is not the best because maybe you could have added some labels or even commented yourself.

Amaya Gonzalez-Mollmann, USA

It is fantastic work. i never been to Egypt, i believe in pyramids as Arabian proverb says, Everything in the world is afraid of time, and time is afraid of the pyramids. When time and space meet there will be miracle. Fantastic piece of information about how pains taking and technically sound work done, keep it up. all the very best in next venture.

maltesh Motebennur, India

Thank you! We'll follow your advice.


campos altino campos, Brazil

well wat i can say that its a masterpiece i can not describe my feeling its true that i visited it many times but when i see this i figured out that i never been there !! really great , awesome , marvelous work keep it up ^^

Sammy Mansour, Egypt

It is a pleasure to here that from you!

it is very very fantastic www.sooqmasr.net

sooq masr, Egypt

Fantastic! thank you very much loooooool

sam self, Morocco

You are welcome!

ABSOLUTELY SUPER AND FANTASTIC !!! Please send to Jo C Constantin <[email protected]>

John Dale, Brazil

Fantastic! thank you very much indeed

Amr Hashem, Egypt

I have been many times to my mother's country but never saw the pyramids in that perspective. Brilliant, simply brilliant! Ana bahebek kitir..Thank you for all your efforts. Should you come to my neck of the woods I will take you by the hand and make you discover the breathtaking beauty of the Southwest of the USA. Namaste!

Rosemary Graham-Gardner, USA

Many thanks for the invitation as well as for the high appraisal of our creative work!

EXTRAORDINARY !! thank you very much for your hard effort to get these beautiful images,you made me see the pyramides by another way

Mohamed Ahmed, Egypt

Um trabalho fantástico. Parabéns!

Sônia Knaffls, Brazil

Magnificent!! You made my dreams come true. I've finally visited the Spinx and Pyramids of Cairo. It's the closest I'll ever get...Thank you for this gift for others to see. We should all have the opportunity to visit this site. Incredible views!

Lorraine Ciuba, USA

Your words are very kind and it's nice to hear them! Thanks to you!

Your great work helped me to come back mentaly and to start the process of doing it real next summer again with my family. Thank you

Dimitrios Agalos, Greece

Thank you, we are happy to be useful! Have a nice trip!

Extraordinário, maravilhoso, lindo!!! Consegui realmente viajar... Esplêndido!!! Parabéns...! Estou emocionada...

Mery El Dib, Brazil

Ganesh Soradi, India

Sencillamente espectacular, esto es vivir la realidad de la historia y sus antepasados a través de estos bellos paisajes vivos. Aqui se refrenda lo original de una cultura milenaria, que no pierde vigencia. Abrazo Civico

Francisco Javier Pareja Vallejo, Colombia

we appreciate you attention!

Ijaz Khan, Pakistan

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Visita los tesoros de Egipto de manera virtual

Las autoridades egipcias han ideado un sistema para que sus milenarios monumentos, actualmente cerrados a causa de la pandemia de coronavirus que azota el planeta, puedan ser visitados de un modo virtual por todos aquellos apasionados de la cultura faraónica..

Vista virtual de la tumba de la reina Meresankh III.

Vista virtual de la tumba de la reina Meresankh III.

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Egipto, como la mayoría de países, se está viendo duramente afectado por la epidemia de coronavirus que golpea el planeta. Sus monumentos permanecen cerrados a la espera de tiempos mejores. Pero las autoridades egipcias, con la colaboración de las misiones arqueológicas extranjeras que excavan allí, han ideado un medio para entretener a los millones de amantes de la cultura faraónica durante esta temporada de confinamiento sanitario: realizar visitas virtuales por los diferentes monumentos del país.

Las autoridades egipcias han ideado una serie de visitas virtuales a tumbas y monumentos para entretener a los amantes del antiguo Egipto.

"Al estar cerrados los museos y los lugares históricos, el objetivo es que la gente mantenga la pasión y el interés por los sitios históricos de Egipto", ha declarado Eman Zeidan, asistente del Ministerio de Turismo y Antigüedades. Así, bajo el lema "Experimenta Egipto desde casa", cada semana, a partir de las 19 h., se "abrirá" un monumento para que nos adentremos virtualmente en él. El monumento escogido y el enlace para poder visitarlo serán anunciados a través de las redes sociales del Ministerio. El sitio web dispone de herramientas adecuadas para ver los planos de las construcciones, hacer un recorrido 3D por los monumentos e incluye un excelente sistema de realidad virtual.

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La primera de estas "cápsulas" de cultura egipcia que se ha lanzado es un itinerario por la tumba de Menna (TT69), en Luxor, 600 kilómetros al sur de El Cairo. Menna fue un alto funcionario egipcio que, entre otros, ostentó el título de Supervisor de los campos de Amón durante la dinastía XVIII (1539-1292 a.C.), seguramente bajo los reinados de Tutmosis IV y Amenhotep III.

La primera visita virtual que se ha lanzado es la de la tumba del alto funcionario Menna, en Luxor.

Esta sepultura está siendo estudiada por la Universidad Estatal de Georgia y el ARCE (Centro de Investigación Americano en Egipto) desde hace más de una década. La visita muestra la hermosa decoración de los muros de esta tumba, una de las mejor conservadas de la zona. En las pinturas aparece el difunto, en ocasiones junto a su esposa Henuttawy, realizando diversas actividades.

La tumba de una reina

La segunda propuesta es la tumba de la reina Meresankh III , esposa de Kefrén y nieta del faraón Keops (2509-2483 a.C.), el constructor de la Gran Pirámide de Giza. La tumba, una mastaba doble, fue descubierta el 23 de abril de 1927 por el egiptólogo norteamericano George Reisner, y parece ser que en un principio estaba destinada a Hetepheres, la madre de Keops. Una de las salas más imponentes de la mastaba es la llamada sala C, que está decorada con una hilera de diez estatuas talladas en la roca, que representan a Meresankh y a varios de sus familiares.

Pero no todos los monumentos que puedan visitarse serán tumbas. Otros dos magníficos edificios que ya pueden ser explorados son el Monasterio Rojo , en Sohag, en el Alto Egipto, y la mezquita madrassa del sultán Barquq , del siglo XIV, que se alza en El Cairo.

Además de tumbas, podrán visitarse otros monumentos. Ahora ya pueden verse el Monasterio Rojo y la mezquita madrassa del sultán Barquq.

Los responsables de la web no adelantarán cuál será el siguiente monumento que se pueda visitar, así se aseguran de mantener la intriga entre los usuarios que, de este modo, estarán a la expectativa ante el siguiente anuncio en redes sociales. Sin duda, una iniciativa muy interesante que seguro que agradecerán los apasionados del antiguo Egipto .

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Explora el interior de la Gran Pirámide de Guiza en este asombroso recorrido virtual 3D

Como si fueses Indiana Jones o Lara Croft, ahora puedes explorar el interior de la Gran Pirámide de Guiza en un tour 3D virtual. La Universidad de Harvard se encuentra detrás del proyecto, y gracias a una cámara de 360° —similar a la usada por Street View de Google —, puedes explorar los pasillos y recovecos que se extienden por la inmensa estructura milenaria .

El fascinante viaje comienza en el "túnel del ladrón", nombre inspirado en la leyenda. Según cuentan, en el 820 d.C., un grupo de ladrones cavó el túnel con la esperanza de encontrar una gran riqueza dentro de la pirámide. Poco después se llega al lado izquierdo del pasaje, a unos 27 metros bajo la base de la Gran Pirámide de Guiza. Esto nos lleva a la cámara subterránea. Aunque este tramo está cerrado al público usualmente, en el recorrido virtual es posible visitarlo .

Más adelante, se accede a la Gran Galería siguiendo un pasaje ascendente. Cuenta con unos 47 metros de longitud y 8 metros de altura , y es considerado como una maravilla de la ingeniería antigua por expertos alrededor del mundo. Este recorrido nos lleva a la cámara del Rey, en la cima de la pirámide, y a la cámara de la Reina en la mitad de la misma.

Interior de la Gran Pirámide de Giza

La Gran Pirámide de Guiza comenzó su construcción por instrucciones de el faraón Kufu —también conocido como Keops—. El regente formaba parte de la cuarta dinastía del Imperio Antiguo de Egipto. A día de hoy, ya tiene una edad aproximada de 4.000 años, convirtiéndola en la más vieja de las 7 maravillas del mundo.

Cómo hacer el recorrido 3D virtual de la Gran Pirámide de Guiza

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Este recorrido virtual en 3D de una de las construcciones más emblemáticas del mundo, ha sido desarrollado por la Universidad de Harvard en conjunto con el Ministerio de Turismo y Antigüedades de Egipto . Su nombre es Proyecto Guiza, y con tu móvil u ordenador, puedes entrar a explorar los claustrofóbicos pasillos y salas gracias a las imágenes esféricas 360°.

Para comenzar a explorar la Gran Pirámide de Guiza, lo primero que debes hacer es entrar a la web oficial creada por Mused . Desde aquí, solo entra al botón Enter the Pyramid , y ya estarás dentro.

Interior de la Gran Pirámide de Giza

No olvides cambiar el idioma de la web para poder disfrutar de la experiencia de forma más cómoda. Solo toca el botón de idiomas en el icono del globo terráqueo en la zona superior de la pantalla. Escoge Español y la página se actualizará de forma automática.

Puedes hacer zoom dentro de cada una de las estancias en caso de que quieras ver mejor cada detalle. Para navegar dentro de la tumba , utiliza el ratón de tu ordenador y apunta en el sitio específico del suelo donde quieras pararte. Listo, ahora disfruta del recorrido único por esta pieza milenaria de la historia humana.

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Tour Virtual por las Pirámides de Egipto

Descubre las pirámides de guiza con este proyecto de la universidad de harvard.

¿Tenéis un plan mejor que transportamos al Antiguo Egipto? Ya que no podemos movernos de casa hagamos un tour por las Pirámides de Egipto… ¡Esto promete!

Hoy quiero mostraros este tour virtual por las Pirámides de Egipto que podéis hacer a través de un nuevo proyecto de la Universidad de Harvard, el ‘Proyecto Giza’ ¿Qué podréis ver en este gran tour? ¿Y cómo empezar? ¡Seguid leyendo y os cuento!

Tour virtual por las Pirámides de Guiza

La Pirámide de Guiza forma parte de las siete maravillas del mundo antiguo.  Se calcula que esta obra fue acabada de construir en el 2570 a.C y se tardaron unos 20 años, siendo la más antigua y  la pirámide más grande de las que encontraréis en la Necrópolis de Guiza , situada a unos 20km del Cairo. Si tenéis la suerte de poder visitarla tras la cuarentena personalmente ¡Es más que recomendable! Mientras tanto, podéis aprovechar este tour virtutal totalmente gratis por esta gran marsavilla del mundo.

¿Con ganas de empezar la aventura? ¡Allá vamos! Para que os hagáis una idea de hasta donde podemos llegar en este tour por Egipto , aquí os dejo este vídeo:

¡Empecemos el tour virtual!

Aquí os dejo las visitas virtuales de los lugares más emblemáticos que forman las Pirámides de Egipto , empezando por la Gran Pirámide, la Pirámide de Micerinos, la Pirámides de Kefrén y la Gran Esfinge .

Visita la Gran Pirámide

Visita la pirámide de micerinos, visita la pirámide de kefrén, visita la gran esfinge.

En Google Maps encontraréis más información de la visita, y podréis empezar el Tour completo , aquí abajo os dejo el enlace ¡Que disfrutéis de la visita!

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Viajes a Egipto

Y si queréis empezar a planear vuestro gran viaje, podéis echar un vistazo a la selección de ofertones de circuitos por Egipto que encontraréis aquí abajo. Algunos de estos circuitos tienen la opción de seguro de anulación y cancelación gratuita, podéis consultarlo en los últimos pasos de la reserva.

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En este apartado podrás disfrutar de espectaculares recorridos por diversos monumentos egipcios, vistas de yacimientos arqueológicos y por colecciones de museos. El objetivo es que vivas la sensación de estar en el propio Egipto, recorriendo sus monumentos o adentrándote en sus antigüedades.

Paseo virtual por la tumba de Ramsés II en el Valle de los Reyes. Un recorrido que permite adentrarse en la última morada de uno de los faraones más célebres de la historia de Egipto. Un monarca cuya política constructiva nos ha legado maravillas… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 52.422

Paseo virtual por el templo de Luxor, que permite un recorrido por uno de los edificios  más bellos construidos en el tiempo de los faraones. Su fachada monumental, a cuyos pies llega la Avenida de Esfinge, da acceso a una obra singular y sorprendente,… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 4.525

A la entrada del Valle de los Reyes, para facilitar su tarea mientras trabajaba en la tumba de Tutankhamón, el arqueólogo Howard Carter construyó una casa . Convertida en casa-museo y restaurada recientemente,  nos aproxima a la vida del arqueólogo… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 6.984

El Museo Egipcio de Turín es una de las entidades museísticas egiptológicas más prestigiosas del mundo. Expone un conjunto sensacional de antigüedades que permiten un recorrido por la historia del antiguo Egipto, así como por la propia historia… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 12.678

El Ministerio de Turismo y Antigüedades de Egipto ofrece este espectacular recorrido virtual por el Gran Templo de Abu Simbel .

El templo, realizado durante el reinado del faraón Ramsés II en el corazón de Nubia, fue rescatado de las aguas de… Leer Mas

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El templo egipcio de Amada fue construido durante la Dinastía XVIII en la zona de Nubia. Las obras se iniciaron en tiempos del faraón Tutmosis III y se dedicó al dios Re-Haractes. Otros faraones como Amenhotep II, Tumosis IV… realizaron… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 20.139

La tumba de Ti, en la necrópolis de Saqqara, es una mastaba tan célebre como espectacular. La capilla, ornamentada con bajorrelieves, Estelas de Falsa Puerta, Mesas de Ofrenda y serdabs con esculturas en su interior, resulta uno de los monumentos… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 18.566

En 1922 Howard Carter descubría la tumba de Tutankhamón en el Valle de los Reyes. El tesoro descubierto en el interior de la tumba del faraón encontraba acogida en el Museo de El Cairo , donde la máscara funeraria, las joyas del faraón, sus sarcófagos…… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 82.464

Unas (c.2375-2345 a.C.), fue el último faraón del a Dinastía V. Su Conjunto Funerario en Saqqara está conformado por un templo del valle, una larga calzada procesional que conecta con el templo alto y la pirámide. 

Aunque la pirámide de Unas… Leer Mas

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El recinto funerario de de Djoser (Zoser), con su célebre pirámide escalonada, es uno de los monumentos más relevantes legados por los antiguos egipcios. Este primer gran testimonio de la arquitectura realizada en piedra sillar, puso las… Leer Mas

  • Visitas: 21.147


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Explora las pirámides y tumbas de Egipto en recorridos virtuales

Explora las pirámides y tumbas de Egipto en recorridos virtuales

Ahora puedes viajar hasta el antiguo Egipto para disfrutar sin salir de casa los laberintos de las pirámides y tumbas con recorridos virtuales únicos.

Ante la suspensión de vuelos internacionales y el cierre de sitios arqueológicos en todo el mundo a causa de la pandemia del COVID-19 , el Ministerio de Antigüedades y Turismo  puso en marcha una iniciativa para que puedas disfrutar de Egipto con recorridos virtuales que te adentrarán en las maravillas de los faraones sin salir de casa y así respetar la cuarentena por el coronavirus . Te contamos todo al respecto.

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Experimenta Egipto desde casa

El proyecto ofrece visitas virtuales a monumentos, así como recorridos guiados con explicación de algunos guías turísticos egipcios. La principal intención es hacer frente a la propagación del coronavirus, al igual que mantener la pasión y el interés del público por los sitios históricos

Los recorridos virtuales son posibles gracias al material que los organismos de investigación de egiptología tenían preparado.   Lo interesante es que la iniciativa “ Experimenta Egipto desde casa”  también es interactiva ya que cada semana se abrirán nuevos monumentos al público en un formato virtual; que los usuarios podrán conocer a través de redes sociales .

Cabe mencionar que es la primera vez que ciertos lugares y tumbas se abren de manera virtual. Asimismo el Ministerio busca que instituciones o fotógrafos amateur compartan su contenido para que pueda ser incluido en las próximas iniciativas.

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Tumba de Menna

El primero de los recorridos virtuales es por la tumba de Menna . El sepulcro, perteneciente a la XVIII dinastía (1550 y 1295 a. C.), es “una de las tumbas más bellas y mejor preservadas”, según el Ministerio. 

El entie de un alto funcionario del Egipto de los faraones fue documentado hace más de una década por un equipo de científicos de la estadounidense Universidad Estatal de Georgia y el ARCE (Centro de Investigación Americano en Egipto).

Este proyecto colectivo logró desarrollar una inmersión completa, con varias herramientas para ver los planos de las tumbas, hacer un recorrido 3D entre los pasadizos de la tumba con detalles a los jeroglíficos e incluso incluye un sistema de realidad virtual. Puedes hacer el recorrido virtual aquí  my.matterport.com

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Tumba de la reina Meresanj III

El segundo de los recorridos propone descubrir la tumba de la reina Meresanj III , nieta de Keops (el faraón que construyó la Gran Pirámide de Giza) y esposa de Kefrén. La soberana halló el descanso eterno en una mastaba doble de la meseta de Giza, en el cementerio emplazado al este de la Gran Pirámide.

La sepultura, hallada en 1927, estaba destinada para su madre Hetepheres. Sus restos se encuentran en el Museo Egipcio de Tahrir. Meresanj III medía 1,54 metros y falleció alrededor de los 50 años. Durante milenios, reposó en una estancia subterránea decorada con escenas de la reina y la familia real junto a sirvientes, sacerdotes y artesanos. El descubrimiento también permitió rescatar un ajuar abundante y cotizado, desde ropa y joyería hasta mobiliario y estatuas. Da clic aquí para hacer el tour virtual  my.matterport.com

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The Great Pyramids of Egypt, A 360° Experience

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Take a 360° walking tour of the Great Pyramids of Egypt with this amazing immersive video.

The Egyptian pyramids are ancient pyramid-shaped masonry structures located in Egypt. Most were built as tombs for the country’s pharaohs and their consorts during the Old and Middle Kingdom periods. The most famous Egyptian pyramids are those found at Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo. The Pyramid of Khufu at Giza is the largest Egyptian pyramid and is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still in existence.

How the pyramids were built has been a mystery that archeologists have been trying to solve for many years. It is believed that thousands of slaves were used to cut up the large blocks and then slowly move them up the pyramid on ramps. The pyramid would get slowly built, one block at a time. Scientists estimate it took at least 20,000 workers over 23 years to build the Great Pyramid of Giza. Because it took so long to build them, Pharaohs generally started the construction of their pyramids as soon as they became ruler.

Here’s a short list of some fun facts about the Great Pyramids to you might not have known:

  • The Great Pyramid of Giza points very precisely to the north.
  • The pyramids of Egypt are all built to the west of the Nile River. This is because the western side was associated with the land of the dead.
  • The base of a pyramid was always a perfect square.
  • They were built mostly of limestone.
  • There were traps and curses put on the tombs and the pyramids to try and keep robbers out.

The Great Pyramids of Egypt, A 360° Experience

We invite you to embark on a virtual journey to the Great Pyramids that will shed light on a mystery that continues to defy reason, and leave you with more questions they you even thought you had. So escape to Egypt and try and make sense of The Great Pyramids purpose if you dare!

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The Egyptian pyramids are ancient pyramid-shaped masonry structures located in Egypt. As of November 2008, sources cite either 118 or 138 as the number of identified Egyptian pyramids. Most were built as tombs for the country’s Pharaohs and their consorts during the Old and Middle Kingdom periods.

The earliest known Egyptian pyramids are found at Saqqara, northwest of Memphis. The earliest among these is the Pyramid of Djoser, which was built c. 2630–2610 BC during the Third Dynasty. This pyramid and its surrounding complex were designed by the architect Imhotep, and are generally considered to be the world’s oldest monumental structures constructed of dressed masonry. Through this 360-degree virtual reality tour of Egypt, the Pyramids, the Nile, and the Red Sea, the viewer can visit the place without reaching the place.

The Papyrus

The papyrus of Egypt is most closely associated with writing – in fact, the English word ‘paper’ comes from the word ‘papyrus’ – but the Egyptians found many uses for the plant other than a writing surface for documents and texts. Papyrus was used as a food source, to make rope, for sandals, for boxes and baskets and mats, like window shades, material for toys such as dolls, as amulets to ward off throat diseases, and even to make small fishing boats.

Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church, Cairo.

Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church , also known as Abu Serga, in Coptic Cairo, is one of the oldest Coptic churches in Egypt, dating back to the 4th century.

The Nile River

The Nile is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, and is the longest river in the world, though some sources cite the Amazon River as the longest.

Red Sea Governorate is one of the 27 governorates of Egypt. Located between the Nile and the Red Sea in the southeast of the country, its southern border forms part of Egypt’s border with Sudan.

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Egipto abre sus tumbas de manera virtual para recorrerlas sin salir de casa

Egipto tumbas visita virtual

Gracias a la tecnología, ahora puedes recorrer de manera virtual las tumbas milenarias de Egipto sin salir de casa.

El Ministerio de Antigüedades y Turismo de Egipto ha puesto en marcha una serie de visitas online para recorrer de manera virtual el interior de las tumbas desde la comodidad de casa.

El objetivo es que las personas mantengan la pasión y el interés por los sitios históricos mientras permanecen en sus casas durante la crisis del coronavirus.

Bajo el lema ‘Vive Egipto desde casa. Quédate en casa. Mantente a salvo’, la campaña ofrece a viajeros curiosos la oportunidad de conocer uno de los lugares más famosos y recónditos del mundo .

Egipto tumbas visita virtual

Todos los recorridos a un solo clic

Aquí puedes acceder a todos los recorridos en 3D de las tumbas, mezquitas, iglesias y museos de Egipto que se han realizado hasta la fecha:

  • Tumba Menna de la Necrópolis de Theban
  • Tumba de la Reina Mesersankh III
  • Monasterio Rojo en Sohag
  • Mezquita y Madraza del Sultán Barquq
  • Sinagoga de Ben Ezra en El Cairo
  • Tumbas de Beni Hasan en Minya
  • Catacumbas de Kom El-Shouqafa
  • Tumba del Rey Ramsés VI
  • Tumba de Wahty en Saqqara
  • Museo de arte Copto
  • Museo Zoológico de Giza
  • Tumba de Mehu en Saqqara

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  • Tumba de los hermanos Niankh-khnun y Khnumhotep
  • Pirámide de Djoser
  • Pirámide del Rey Unas
  • Museo Gayer Anderson
  • Mezquita Muhammed Ali Pasha
  • Mezquita Royal Fath
  • Máscara del Faraón Dorado Tutankamón
  • Iglesia de Abu Serga
  • Tumba de Ty
  • Nilómetro y Palacio Al Manasterly
  • Templo de Amada
  • Templo Abu Simbel

Egipto tumbas visita virtual

El proyecto ha sido impulsado por el Gobierno egipcio en colaboración con el American Research Center in Egypt, que ha contribuido a proporcionar contenido y desarrollar una inmersión completa a los tiempos de los grandes faraones y reyes del Antiguo Egipto.

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