Many great leaders who lead their followers to fighting making historical battles and achieve a lot for their people are often given well befitting burials and state of the art grave yards which after several years become tourist sites.
One of such historical holy sites which is currently the most expensive grave in the world is the pyramid of Giza which is also known as the pyramid of Khufu or pyramids of Cheops. It is located in the capital of Egypt precisely Giza Cairo and is the oldest of the 7 wonders of nature historically reserved for archeological research and tourism.
The great pyramid of Giza was built as a tomb and holds the remains of the fourth dynasty Egyptian king called Pharaoh Khufu. It was built in the 26th century BC and is estimated to had taken about 27 years in it’s construction.
The Pyramid has four chambers which is divided separately to hold the remains of emperor Khufu and his children and other chambers for the preservation of Egyptian historical facts and figures, relics and treasures.
In this 21st century the Liza of Giza is worth over a billion dollars and could reach a trillion dollars if a similar of its kind is to be be built any where in the world.
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