Saqqara Step Pyramid

 

Sakkara Step Pyramid

 

Unleash your inner adventure while scout around the most gleaming finds of the site of Saqqara Pyramid, which is consider one of the oldest structure in the world which dates back to 2700 B.C, Said to be the world’s oldest monumental masonry structure, the unique pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara is part of a mortuary complex for the 3rd Dynasty king Djoser. Created by the architect Imhotep, it is a unique stepped pyramid with 6 tiers.

This booming place is divided into two sides, on the southern side is dominated by Sakkara Pyramid and on the northern includes Arabic tombs (south of Abusir), and the unfinished complex of Sekhemkhet, moreover feast your eyes with the panoramic views of The blue tiles of Djoser’s tomb, the hieroglyphs in the pyramid of Pepi I, and the Doors of the Cats (Abwab el Qotat).

Amuse your eyes with the design of this amazing pyramid, it was built as a step Pyramid, 60m high, and consisting of 6 steps; each one built on top of each other and smaller than the one below, it contains courtyards, temples, and chapels covering nearly 40 acres, the burial chambers of the step pyramid are underground, to prevent robbers from stealing his tomb.