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  • "QUANTAS VEZES JÁ VISITEI AS PIRÂMIDES DE GIZA?"
Durante o nosso ultimo tour, o Felipe me fez essa pergunta, e eu não sabia responder, perdi a conta!
Daí parei pra pensar: quantas pessoas sonham em poder ver isso de perto por pelo menos uma vez na vida?! E eu tenho a oportunidade de ir tantas vezes e até mesmo trabalhar dando essa experiência pra outras pessoas, vendo elas realizando esse sonho! Olha eu tenho que agradecer muito a vocês, por nos acompanharem sempre, confiarem  na gente, nos darem visibilidade e assim conseguimos alcançar mais pessoas todos os dias, MUITO OBRIGADA! Se eu não tivesse vocês, minha experiência por aqui não seria a mesma ❤️ ________________________________________________

#egito #egypt #travel #gyza #giza #pyramids  #cairo #africa #oldegypt #egitoantigo #piramides #travelblogger #brasil #travelphotography #travelling  #wanderlust #brasileiranoegito
  • "QUANTAS VEZES JÁ VISITEI AS PIRÂMIDES DE GIZA?"
    Durante o nosso ultimo tour, o Felipe me fez essa pergunta, e eu não sabia responder, perdi a conta!
    Daí parei pra pensar: quantas pessoas sonham em poder ver isso de perto por pelo menos uma vez na vida?! E eu tenho a oportunidade de ir tantas vezes e até mesmo trabalhar dando essa experiência pra outras pessoas, vendo elas realizando esse sonho! Olha eu tenho que agradecer muito a vocês, por nos acompanharem sempre, confiarem na gente, nos darem visibilidade e assim conseguimos alcançar mais pessoas todos os dias, MUITO OBRIGADA! Se eu não tivesse vocês, minha experiência por aqui não seria a mesma ❤️ ________________________________________________

    #egito #egypt #travel #gyza #giza #pyramids #cairo #africa #oldegypt #egitoantigo #piramides #travelblogger #brasil #travelphotography #travelling #wanderlust #brasileiranoegito
  • 2,110 53 23 June, 2019

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  • |||Construction ‘facts’ in real life|||
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Egyptologists claim that the Great Pyramid was built by Fourth Dynasty Pharaoh Khufu (more on this another time) and that it took roughly 20 years to build, with 100,000 men building only in the annual 3 month agricultural flooding season and was completed around 2560 BCE. According to them, the limestone and granite blocks were pushed, pulled and rolled on logs around the site and up ramps.
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The Great Pyramid consists roughly of 2.3 million blocks, some weighting 15 tons or more. Hundreds of thousands of average size blocks weight 2.5 tons. They would crush any log set up. At the time of writing Fingerprints Of The Gods, 1995, there were only two land based cranes in the world that could lift weights of this magnitude (15 ton +). With booms reading 220ft into the air, that require on board counter weights if 1060 tons to prevent them from tipping over.
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It’s all very well saying 100,000 men etc, but what does that actually look like? Well lucky Graham Hancock has done the maths, assuming a 10 hour working day for 365 days a year that would mean laying 31 blocks every hour, one block every 2 minutes. The size of these blocks that feels unlikely to say the least, but that’s if they worked everyday. According to the theory that they only built in the 3 month flooding season it would mean 240 blocks an hour, 4 blocks a minute! The coordination of blocks and 100,000 men would have been impossible, let alone the likelihood of producing they level of accuracy and precision they achieved on the entire site and for the placement of the apex stone, literally impossible. Imagine the chaos.
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That coupled with the realisation that if ramps were involved that could been built not to collapse under the weight of the stones, to drag each stone the height needed to reach the top of the pyramid the ramp would have needed 4,800 feet long, more than 3 times the size of the pyramid. Let’s not even go into the laughable theory of “what if they used spiral ramps?”.
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So how do you think they constructed it? .
#ancientegypt #egypt #khemitology #knowledge #wisdom #pyramids  #pyramidsofgiza #pyramidsofegypt #yoga #egyptainyoga #yogagirl
  • |||Construction ‘facts’ in real life|||
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    Egyptologists claim that the Great Pyramid was built by Fourth Dynasty Pharaoh Khufu (more on this another time) and that it took roughly 20 years to build, with 100,000 men building only in the annual 3 month agricultural flooding season and was completed around 2560 BCE. According to them, the limestone and granite blocks were pushed, pulled and rolled on logs around the site and up ramps.
    .
    The Great Pyramid consists roughly of 2.3 million blocks, some weighting 15 tons or more. Hundreds of thousands of average size blocks weight 2.5 tons. They would crush any log set up. At the time of writing Fingerprints Of The Gods, 1995, there were only two land based cranes in the world that could lift weights of this magnitude (15 ton +). With booms reading 220ft into the air, that require on board counter weights if 1060 tons to prevent them from tipping over.
    .
    It’s all very well saying 100,000 men etc, but what does that actually look like? Well lucky Graham Hancock has done the maths, assuming a 10 hour working day for 365 days a year that would mean laying 31 blocks every hour, one block every 2 minutes. The size of these blocks that feels unlikely to say the least, but that’s if they worked everyday. According to the theory that they only built in the 3 month flooding season it would mean 240 blocks an hour, 4 blocks a minute! The coordination of blocks and 100,000 men would have been impossible, let alone the likelihood of producing they level of accuracy and precision they achieved on the entire site and for the placement of the apex stone, literally impossible. Imagine the chaos.
    .
    That coupled with the realisation that if ramps were involved that could been built not to collapse under the weight of the stones, to drag each stone the height needed to reach the top of the pyramid the ramp would have needed 4,800 feet long, more than 3 times the size of the pyramid. Let’s not even go into the laughable theory of “what if they used spiral ramps?”.
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    So how do you think they constructed it? .
    #ancientegypt #egypt #khemitology #knowledge #wisdom #pyramids #pyramidsofgiza #pyramidsofegypt #yoga #egyptainyoga #yogagirl
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  • Наконец-то, мне удалось увидеть одно из Семи чудес света✨, одно из самых прославленных сооружений архитектуры - Пирамиду Хеопса🇪🇬. Это одна из крупнейших из египетских пирамид, памятник архитектурного искусства Древнего Египта. 📍Важная информация: -  её возраст оценивается примерно в 4500 лет; -  заказчиком был фараон Хеопс (Χέωψ или Σοῦφις); -  размер основания - 230 метров; -  расположена на плато Гиза, недалеко от египетской столицы - Каира и в основании дельты Нила; -  на протяжении более трёх тысяч лет Великая пирамида являлась самой высокой постройкой на Земле🌍. Я помню и по сей день свой 5 класс😊, как на уроках истории и литературы мы изучали Древний мир и Древний Египет🇪🇬. А сегодня я стою рядом с Древними пирамидами Египта и Большим Сфинксом. 
Теперь я могу оценить всю мощь древней цивилизации, и прикоснуться к тайнам тысячелетий ...✨ Друзья☘️! Мечтайте и помните как много вы получите, если пойдете дальше и как много потеряете, если сдадитесь. Ключи от счастья🗝 – это мечты, воплотившиеся в жизнь🥳. #egypt #cairo #pyramids #giza #sharmelsheikh #sphinx #cheops #ancientpyramids #sahara #desert #instagram #insta #view #wonder #египет #каир #шармэльшейх #пирамиды #хеопс #фараон #сахара #пустыня #сфинкс #древнийегипет #тур
  • Наконец-то, мне удалось увидеть одно из Семи чудес света✨, одно из самых прославленных сооружений архитектуры - Пирамиду Хеопса🇪🇬. Это одна из крупнейших из египетских пирамид, памятник архитектурного искусства Древнего Египта. 📍Важная информация: - её возраст оценивается примерно в 4500 лет; - заказчиком был фараон Хеопс (Χέωψ или Σοῦφις); - размер основания - 230 метров; - расположена на плато Гиза, недалеко от египетской столицы - Каира и в основании дельты Нила; - на протяжении более трёх тысяч лет Великая пирамида являлась самой высокой постройкой на Земле🌍. Я помню и по сей день свой 5 класс😊, как на уроках истории и литературы мы изучали Древний мир и Древний Египет🇪🇬. А сегодня я стою рядом с Древними пирамидами Египта и Большим Сфинксом.
    Теперь я могу оценить всю мощь древней цивилизации, и прикоснуться к тайнам тысячелетий ...✨ Друзья☘️! Мечтайте и помните как много вы получите, если пойдете дальше и как много потеряете, если сдадитесь. Ключи от счастья🗝 – это мечты, воплотившиеся в жизнь🥳. #egypt #cairo #pyramids #giza #sharmelsheikh #sphinx #cheops #ancientpyramids #sahara #desert #instagram #insta #view #wonder #египет #каир #шармэльшейх #пирамиды #хеопс #фараон #сахара #пустыня #сфинкс #древнийегипет #тур
  • 36 0 40 minutes ago
  • Camel riding!
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It was my first time riding a camel and not the most enjoyable experience- very different from horseback riding. It was very bumpy plus the fear of falling from such a height made me too anxious to properly enjoy it.
  • Camel riding!
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    It was my first time riding a camel and not the most enjoyable experience- very different from horseback riding. It was very bumpy plus the fear of falling from such a height made me too anxious to properly enjoy it.
  • 23 1 1 hour ago

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  • Mornings are always better here at #LemonSpaces.

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  • 24 2 1 hour ago
  • #repost @egyptequineaid
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RECTAL PROLAPSE 🔵 Location: Abu Sir, Egypt ~ ⚠️Warning: Some graphic photos ⚠️ This is NOT a case of abuse, but rather an unfortunate medical issue. This poor mare suffered a rectal prolapse, and her owner didn't know where to seek help until he was directed to EEA. 😳 Rectal prolapse is caused by excessive straining, whether due to constipation, worm burden, or pulling heavy loads. By the time she came to EEA, parts of the mucosa (the lining of the rectum) had been exposed for a week and become necrotic. 😔 Dr. Shawky removed the affected areas under local anaesthesia. (Dr. Shawky was one of EEA's trainees and is now gaining valuable experience as a full-time employee at EEA.) After a course of antibiotics, pain killers, and a soft diet at EEA for ten days, she was fully recovered and returned to her happy owner. Without EEA this would have been a much different ending for the mare and her owner. If you would like to support the life-saving work EEA provides, please make a donation. 🔶❤️◾️ There are a few different options for donating to help EEA. The PayPal address is listed in every Instagram post. Other ways to help are given on our Web page, egyptequineaid.org. — ❤️🔹The EEA team work to exhaustion every day, but their efforts are possible ONLY with the help of our donors! ❤️ If YOU would like to help our deserving patients and assist us to continue our FREE services for needy local equines, PLEASE DONATE via PayPal [egyptequineaid@gmail.com]. Any amount helps. We CANNOT do it without you! Or just hit the 'donate now' tab at the top of our Facebook page (link in our profile). 😊 🔶
▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️♦️ #EEA #egypt #pyramids #egyptequineaid #rescue #horse #donkey #helpinganimals #animaldoc #cairo #veterinarian #vetclinic #dogsofinstagram #colic #abusir #freeclinic #vettech #vetmed
  • #repost @egyptequineaid
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    RECTAL PROLAPSE 🔵 Location: Abu Sir, Egypt ~ ⚠️Warning: Some graphic photos ⚠️ This is NOT a case of abuse, but rather an unfortunate medical issue. This poor mare suffered a rectal prolapse, and her owner didn't know where to seek help until he was directed to EEA. 😳 Rectal prolapse is caused by excessive straining, whether due to constipation, worm burden, or pulling heavy loads. By the time she came to EEA, parts of the mucosa (the lining of the rectum) had been exposed for a week and become necrotic. 😔 Dr. Shawky removed the affected areas under local anaesthesia. (Dr. Shawky was one of EEA's trainees and is now gaining valuable experience as a full-time employee at EEA.) After a course of antibiotics, pain killers, and a soft diet at EEA for ten days, she was fully recovered and returned to her happy owner. Without EEA this would have been a much different ending for the mare and her owner. If you would like to support the life-saving work EEA provides, please make a donation. 🔶❤️◾️ There are a few different options for donating to help EEA. The PayPal address is listed in every Instagram post. Other ways to help are given on our Web page, egyptequineaid.org. — ❤️🔹The EEA team work to exhaustion every day, but their efforts are possible ONLY with the help of our donors! ❤️ If YOU would like to help our deserving patients and assist us to continue our FREE services for needy local equines, PLEASE DONATE via PayPal [egyptequineaid@gmail.com]. Any amount helps. We CANNOT do it without you! Or just hit the 'donate now' tab at the top of our Facebook page (link in our profile). 😊 🔶
    ▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️♦️ #EEA #egypt #pyramids #egyptequineaid #rescue #horse #donkey #helpinganimals #animaldoc #cairo #veterinarian #vetclinic #dogsofinstagram #colic #abusir #freeclinic #vettech #vetmed
  • 30 0 2 hours ago