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IF I COULD VISIT ONE PLACE IN THE WORLD I WOULD GO TO THE GREAT PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT THE PYRAMIDS AMAZE ME THE WAY THEY WERE BUILT THE WAY THE EGYPTIANS DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED THEM WITHOUT ANY MODERN DAY TOOLS OR MACHINES THEY USED WHAT THEY HAD AND CREATED MANY GREAT STRUCTURES THAT WOULD EVEN NOW BE VERY HARD TO RECREATE THE WAY EACH BLOCK WAS LIFTED AND PLACED PERFECTLY WHERE IT SHOULD BE THE WAY THE CREATED ROOMS TRAPS AND MAZES TO CONFUSE EVEN THE SMARTEST PERSON THAT ENTERED THERE ANOTHER THING THAT INTRIGUES ME ABOUT THE PYRAMIDS IS THERE PURPOSE THE EGYPTIANS CREATED THEM USUALLY FOR ONE SINGLE PERSON ALTHOUGH THAT SEEMS LIKE A LOT OF WORK AND HARD LABOR AND COMMITTED TIME FOR ONLY ONE PERSON AND ALL THEIR TREASURE IT WAS WORTH IT FOR US TO LOOK BACK AND THANK THEM TODAY FOR THE GIFT THAT THEY BROUGHT THIS WORLD IF IT WASNT FOR THEM THEN WE MAY HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING AS GREAT OR UPLIFTING AS THE GREAT PYRAMIDS OF EGYPTALTHOUGH IF I WAS BUILDING THEM NOW I BELIEVE I WOULD HAVE BUILT THE PYRAMIDS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT FIRST OFF I WOULDNT HAVE MADE THEM SYMMETRICAL I WOULD HAVE ELONGATED THE BASE AND MADE IT AT A RIGHT ANGLE INTO AN L SHAPE IF THEY WERE IN A DIFFERENT SHAPE IT WOULD HAVE CONFUSED GRAVE ROBBERS EVEN MORE SECOND I WOULD HAVE MADE MORE FLOORS RAMPS AND STAIRCASES WITH MANY MORE TURNS SO THEY NEVER KNOW WHICH DIRECTION THEY ARE HEADING IN FINALLY I WOULD LEFT SOME SORT OF SIGN INSIDE THE PYRAMIDS SO PEOPLE THAT EXPLORE IT AFTER ME WOULD KNOW HOW AND WHY I BUILT IT I BELIEVE THE PYRAMIDS ARE GREAT STRUCTURES ALTHOUGH I DO NOT AGREE ON HOW THEY WERE BUILT IN SOME WAYS I WOULD RATHER VISIT THEM THEN ANY OTHER PLACE IN THE WORLD THAT IS WHY I WANT TO VISIT THE GREAT
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