The course of human history is so varied and even astounding at times. Humanity’s greatest accomplishments have been passed down through the ages, and the creations of the ancients continue to amaze us today. The ‘Great Pyramids of Giza’ are one such magnificent historical achievement. These massive constructions, which date back to circa 225 BC, are works of art in and of themselves. Even yet, there is some disagreement as to whether or not prehistoric humans constructed it. Let’s put the arguments aside for a minute and marvel at this magnificent edifice, which for more than three thousand years was the world’s largest man-made building. It’s one of the oldest and most spectacular constructions on the planet, and it has a plethora of mysteries.
Alexander Ladanivskyy, a Ukrainian photographer with a deep respect for the Giza pyramids, used a drone to fly high above the ancient structure and get the ideal shot from a bird’s eye viewpoint. This fascinating project will be explored in further detail further down the page.
Image credit & More info: Alexander Ladanivskyy
This massive building, which rises to 481 feet, is made of stone bricks and mortar. It was created in honour of the monarch of ancient Egypt’s early era, according to legend. Khufu, the Egyptian pharaoh, was his name. Egypt’s Tourism Ministry authorized the deployment of a drone by Ladaniskyy to capture this breathtaking image from the world’s tallest building’s observation deck.
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