Hold you breathe! The 4,500-year-old mysteries of the Great Pyramid in Giza are here to reveal by the end of this year. This is known from Dr. Zahi Hawass, chief of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities in an exclusive interview given to Discovery News.
One of this world’s leading Egyptologists will be showing what lies behind the secret doors inside the famous and inquisitiveness-triggering pharaonic mausoleum.
The Great Pyramid — built in 2550 B.C. for the pharaoh Cheops — is the largest of a family of three pyramids standing tall on the Giza plateau, on the Cairo outskirts.
It was since the pyramid was first discovered in 1872, it kept archaeologists puzzled over what the four narrow shafts deep inside the pyramid meant! The monument has long been rumored to have hidden passageways that lead to secret chambers.
The pharaoh Cheops is also known as Khufu. Hawass said,
Finally, people all over the world will know what is behind the second door in the southern shaft and the third door in the northern shaft.