The ancient pyramids of Giza are the only of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that are still with us today. Even though they’ve been around for thousands of years, there are new mysteries being found out about them every day — archaeologists have been studying them for decades, but are still in the dark about many aspects of the ancient structures.
Among the many mysteries the pyramids hold is how they were built in the first place and what secrets are kept inside. Prepare to be amazed about what we have learned when it comes to this wonder — and be stunned by how much we don’t know yet!
Most Scientists Agree That The Great Pyramid Took 20 Years To Build
How the pyramids were built remains a highly debated mystery. Most findings agree, however, that ropes, pulleys, and other similar instruments probably played some role in building them. The Great Pyramid, which is believed to have been built around 2550 BCE, stood as the world’s tallest structure for many centuries.
Even though the exact nature of how the pyramids were built is still unknown to us, historians believe that at least 20,000 workers played a role in the Great Pyramid’s construction. Amazingly, they also believe it only took 20 years to construct.