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How much do you know about the pyramids?


The questions will be about your knowledge of pyramids.

I hope you have successful answers.

Otherwise you will find out some things you did not know.

I believe that you will have fun.

Good luck.

P.S. I apologize if some word is not translated well, so it breaks the context of the issue, or if this also happens with the names appearing in the questions.

  • Do you know which pyramid is the highest in the world?

    • Pharaoh Cheops pyramid in Egypt
    • Menkaure Pharaoh in Egypt
    • Tlachihualtepetl of Cholula, Mexico
  • When the Cheops Pyramid was over, it was about as high as it was.

    • 147,5 meters
    • 152 meters
    • 155,5 meters
  • For how many times the Cheops pyramid is bigger than the Empire State building?

    • 1.5x
    • 2x
    • 2.5x
  • One scientist managed to measure the height of the Cheops pyramid. Do you know his name?

    • Archimedes
    • Herodotus
    • Tales
  • Which of these countries has the largest constructed pyramids?

    • Egypt
    • No
    • Mexico
    • Sudan
  • Who first entered the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen in 1922 after 3.000 years?

    • Lord Carnarvon
    • Aleister Crowley
    • Howard Carter
  • What army officer spent some time in the royal chamber of the Cheops pyramid?

    • Alexander the Great
    • Napoleon I Bonaparte
    • Adolph Hitler
  • Do you know that the sphinx looks like a lion with a woman’s head and wings of bird. What side of the world is watching the sphinx?

    • North
    • East
    • West

What do you think?

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I am Dragan Čanković aged 65 years. I live in Belgrade, Serbia as a pensioner. On this site, my nickname is as well as on Facebook Robin Biznis.

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    • Thanks lado.
      You see the pyramids have always attracted people. And that’s why there is a bunch of books about them and many theories as they were built and they used to serve.
      Now everything depends on your affinity.

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