Egypt, Cairo, Giza, Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren, low angle view : Stock Photo
Egypt, Cairo, Giza, Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren, low angle view : Stock Photo

Egypt, Cairo, Giza, Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren, low angle view

Credit: Doug Armand
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The Sphinx's Arabic name is Abu al-Hol, which means 'Father of Terror'. It was named the Sphinx by the ancient Greeks after a mythological creature. Measuring 50 metres long and 22 metres high it is carved almost entirely from one limestone block.

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