The Great Sphinx of Giza is so old that its first restoration dates to 1400 BC, when it was already a thousand years old britannica.com/topic/Grea…
There is a KFC and a Pizza Hut next to the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx techeblog.com/amazing-loo…
The small elephant hawk moth (Deilephila porcellus) gets its common name for the caterpillar head's resemblance to an elephant's trunk. Hawk moths are also known as sphinx moths because the caterpillar resembles the Great Sphinx of Giza when resting. They are found in Europe and northern Africa. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dei…
The Great Sphinx of Giza was once abandoned and buried by sand up to its shoulders. Despite several partial excavations over thousands of years, it was not completely excavated until 1936. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gre…
Napoleon did not destroy the Great Sphinx of Giza's nose as is commonly believed. It was depicted in art without a nose as early as the 18th century and recorded as early as the 15th century. smithsonianjourneys.org/b…
The Great Sphinx was carved from a single ridge of limestone that once protruded from the Giza Plateau. sacredsites.com/africa/eg…
In AD 1378, Sa'im al-Dahr destroyed the nose of The Great Sphinx of Giza and was hanged for vandalism en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gre…
Today, The Great Sphinx of Giza looks directly into the front door of a Pizza Hut and a KFC. youtube.com/watch?v=ofiss…
The Great Sphinx of Giza was under sand since at least 1400BC and wasn't completely excavated until 1936

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