Khufu’s pyramid is the biggest pyramid that was ever built in Ancient Egypt. Khufu was the son of the great pyramid maker King Sneferu. Khufu’s pyramid is the oldest of all the pyramids in the Giza necropolis. It was finished around 2500 B.C. It can be also called The Great Pyramid or The Great Pyramid of Khufu. The height of the pyramid is 455.2 feet (138.8 m). Each base side is 440 royal cubits. Each royal cubit is 20.63 inches. Each stone measures two and a half meters which measures more than 15 tons. The pyramid was made from limestone, basalt, or granite. The blocks weigh about 4 tons each. They used about 2.4 blocks were used in the construction.
In Khufu’s pyramid his sarcophagus (the pharaoh’s resting place when he is dead) is in the heart of the pyramid. It is made out of red granite. All his personal belongings would be there. They can put hunting tools, food, games, and many more things in the chamber. It took 100,000 slaves to build the pyramid. It took decades to finish. This is a picture of Khufu's Pyramid
This is a picture of the Giza plateau