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New findings at Egypt's Khufu pyramid are raising hopes of unraveling the mysteries of one of the ancient world's most iconic monuments, including whether it may contain secret chambers.The most exciting findings focused on some of the limestone blocks that make up Khufu's eastern flank.Egyptologist Ashraf Mohie said the anomalies detected on Khufu pyramid represent "an unprecedented discovery".At 146 meters tall, the Khufu pyramid, named after the son of Pharaoh Snefru, is considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, built some 4,500 years ago.It has three known chambers, and like other pyramids in Egypt was intended as a pharaoh's tomb.
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