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Comparing Pyramids Around The World by Mind Map: Comparing  Pyramids Around The
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Comparing Pyramids Around The World

Pyramids of Egypt

In Egypt people build pyramid for memory for king/queen tombs

20,000 to 30,000 workers built the Pyramids at Giza over 80 years

Pyramid of Mexico

is the Great Pyramid of Cholula, in the Mexican state of Puebla.

The Mesoamerican region's largest pyramid by volume - indeed, the largest in the world by volume

Pyramid of Ecuador

The history of Cochasquí goes back from year 950 AD to the year 1550 AD

Cochasquí is made up of 15 truncate pyramids and about 20 dispersed funeral knolls, all of which are enclosed in a 83,9 hectares area

Pyramid of Peru

The Vicús was a pre-Hispanic civilization that flourished in Peru's northern coastal desert from 200 B.C to 300 A.D. and is known for its decorated ceramics

The platform, measuring 82 feet (25 meters) by 98 feet (30 meters), was found alongside one of the larger pyramids in the complex

Pyramid of China

In China they call it Great White Pyramid

located at the city of Xi'an

Pyramid of Greece

the pyramid was erected at about 2720 B.C.

The pyramid at Hellenikon has the shape of a tour with its external sides sloping and surrounding a rectangular building of total dimensions 7,030 by 9,070 m

Pyramid of Australia

922 metres tall, and quite steep so you need to be fit and healthy to make the climb

The scenery from the top of the pyramid is spectacular and takes in 360-degree views ­ it makes the climb worth all the effort

Pyramids in Bosnia

New nodeOsmanagic estimates that the Sun pyramid stands 722 feet (220m) high

If it is 722 feet, it would be one third taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza, making it the largest pyramidal structure on Earth.

Pyramids of Akapana Bolivia

The 59-foot-tall Akapana resembles a large natural hill more than a pyramid

By A.D. 950 all monumental construction suddenly ends with stones in various stages of dressing scattered around the partially built monuments.

Pyramid in El Salvador

900 BC

Pyramid San Andrés

Scale model of the pyramid well-known Structure 5 or “the Bell” of San Andrés, located in the sector of the city known as the Great Plaza

Pyramid of Serbia

Rtanj in Serbia has a 3 sided geometric natural stone pyramid on its top

Pyramid of Turkey

Mt Nemrut, Kâhta is a natural mountain (2150m), with a 50 metre artificial peak built on top

It was constructed as a tomb for King Antinochus I during the period 80 B.C-72 B.C

Pyramid of Russia

200 km east of Vladivostok, suspicious twin-hills are reported to be gigantic stone pyramids

Legends tell of a disappeared civilization which built cyclope walls on the mountain

Pyramid of India

Pyramid building is approximately 9 stories high (about 40m)

The Meditation Halls at the Osho Commune to duplicate the three pyramids at the Giza Plateau

Pyramid of United States of America

approximately 21,690,000 cubic feet, a base and total volume greater than that of the pyramid of Khufu

on a base 1,037 feet long and 790 feet wide

Pyramid of Mexico

located at the mayan

This is a 272ft by 199ft field

Pyramid of Italy

The pyramid is a funerary monument built about 12 BC as a tomb for Caius Cestius

27 meters high and about 22 meters square

Pyramid of Djoser

It is a step pyramid

a building that has outer surfaces is triangle and converge at a point.

It is 204 feet high

Pyramids of Guimar

located at the eastern shore of Tenerife Island, the Canary Islands

six step pyramids with a rectangular ground plan reaching a maximum height of about 12 metres

Pyramid in Japan

more than 3,000 to 10,000 years old, which would make them the world's oldest

measured 120 m in length, 40 m wide and 20­25 m high, was 8000 years old