Unleash your inner demand seeking for new knowledge concerning Pharaonic history while explore the gleaming finds of the Valley Temple in Giza, which is considering the oldest stone buildings in Egypt, is located in front of Khafre Pyramid beside the Sphinx, it is characterized by magnificent of engineering, and its distinctive architectural style, The Valley Temple was the main entrance to the pyramid complex but not used as just entrance it was connected to the Nile River via a canal, beside it was part of the funerary complex including along with the pyramid burial chamber and a mortuary temple.
What makes the Valley Temple so remarkable; the main hall of the temple is in a "T" shape. Huge blocks of pink Aswan granite are joined with precision forming piers surmounted by a massive architrave. The floor is made of alabaster, it is built into the slope of the plateau with the height of its exterior walls rising from just over 20 feet on the west side, to over 40 feet on the east side, The builders of the Valley Temple had also managed to lift these huge stones to heights of over 40 feet, To give some kind of perspective.
The symmetrical rooms of the central hall originally contained 23 statues of King Chephren, statue of this pharaoh was found inside the temple, buried upside-down in a pit. As far as convincing evidence goes, this hardly ranks very highly – indeed there exists a passage of text in hieroglyphs on an artifact known as the Inventory Stella, which implies that the Valley Temple (and the Sphinx), already existed during the reign of Khufu, who ruled more than 30 years before Khafre.