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the biggest pyramid is the pyramid of the pharaoh Ramses the 2nd

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The biggest pyramid is made up of 2.3 million stones and is located in Khufu in 2600 B.C. This pyramid is 481 feet tall.

146.6 m (481 ft) high, it is now 138.8 m (455 ft) high due to erosion, trophy hunting, and vandalism.

The largest pyramid is called' The Pyramid Of Giza'.

Really wide.!

i think they were lots of feet

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The largest pyramid is in Mexico, the tallest is in Egypt

khufu's pyramid

146.6 meters tall

The Pyramid of the Sun in Bosnia is actually the tallest, (around 720 ft. or 220 meters)

It was 285 feet wide, 300 feet long and the pyramid was 160 feet high. There was an additional 50 foot temple on top of the pyramid making the total height 210 feet.

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The Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops, is the world's tallest pyramid and was the world's tallest structure until the 1700s.

the tallest pyramid was the great pyramid or the pyramid of Khufu not sure how tall it is but it is taller than the statue of liberty and the Washington monument

The tallest pyramid in ancient Egypt is the Great Pyramid of Khufu(Cheops).

The tallest pyramid of Egypt is the Khufu or Queops pyramid which is 138m high.

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Giza it is the great pyramid of Giza

No the tallest is the Great Pyramid of Khufu at 146m. Khafre's pyramid is shorter at 133m. It looks taller because it was built on an outcrop of rock.

the tallest at giza is the great pyramid of giza, made for ramses II, but the biggest pyramid is in central america.

The largest pyramid is in Mexico, the tallest is in Egypt

Is the tallest building until Lincoln Cathedral was erected.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the tallest pyramid in Egypt and the largest pyramid in the world. It was built for the Pharaoh Khufu around 2560 BC and stands at a height of about 138 meters (455 feet).

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