While the Pyramids of Giza take the greater part of the spotlight, voyagers hoping to encounter antiquated Egypt without contending with swarms make a beeline for Dahshur. Situated around 23 miles south of focal Cairo, this archeological site contains five pyramids dating as far back as 2575 B.C. There are three pyramids that emerge: the Red, Bent and Black pyramids.
The Red Pyramid otherwise called the North Pyramid can be perceived by its pinkish tint. Despite the fact that it's substantially littler than the Great Pyramid of Khufu in Giza, the Red Pyramid is similarly as noteworthy in light of the fact that it was old Egypt's first endeavor at building a genuine pyramid. The Bent Pyramid earned its name from its interesting shape, which exhibits the progress from the antiquated advance style pyramid to a genuine pyramid.
The Black Pyramid was made a few hundred years after its neighbors with mud block and limestone. Long after its development, the limestone was pillaged and repurposed, leaving just the dim shaded exterior that gave the Black Pyramid its name