Building the Pyramids of Egypt - Detailed step by step guide

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There have been many theories how the Pyramids were built. The Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven Ancient Wonders of the world. It is just astonishing and mesmerizing how a civilization managed to build such structures centuries ago.

With the technology we have today, we probably still cannot build as grand structure as the Pyramids. Yet somehow, the Egyptians managed to build them.

One of the theories that scientists throw out there when the Pyramids are in question is the Water Shaft theory. The theory, suggested by Chris Massey, suggests that the Egyptians used water to their advantage to make building of the pyramids easier. This documentary takes you through a detailed step by step process of how the Pyramids were built. The animation gives you a perfect walk-through of the process.

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