Updated: May 11, 2021
Do you Love Pyramids? I Guess so! and now I am Guessing that you want to Explore the Pyramids of Giza! But Before That, Let's Explore the Pyramids of Giza Theoretically... (We'll move to the Practical Lesson later) But if you Really want to Explore the Practical Lesson, Check this image out for now!
The designations of the pyramids—Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure—correspond to the kings for whom they were built. The northernmost and oldest pyramid of the group was built for Khufu (Greek: Cheops), the second king of the 4th dynasty. Called the Great Pyramid, it is the largest of the three, the length of each side at the base averaging 755.75 feet (230 metres) and its original height being 481.4 feet (147 metres). The middle pyramid was built for Khafre (Greek: Chephren), the fourth of the eight kings of the 4th dynasty; the structure measures 707.75 feet (216 metres) on each side and was originally 471 feet (143 metres) high. The southernmost and last pyramid to be built was that of Menkaure (Greek: Mykerinus),