The Great Pyramid in Egypt contains two unknown chambers


The Great Pyramid in Egypt, the last preserved monument of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, probably contains two previously unknown chambers, announced the Egyptian Ministry of Cultural Monuments.

In a statement, the ministry stated that the project „Scan the pyramids“ found two „anomalies“ that probably testify to the hidden cameras. Additional tests will be made with tha goal to reveal the „function, the nature and extent“ of these anomalies.

„Scan the pyramids“ project is using the most advanced technologies in the Great Pyramid. It was launched in October 2015 and is conducted jointly by Egyptian, French, Japanese and Canadian scientists. The project is expected to continue until the end of 2016. The aim of the ambitious project is to unravel the mystery of the construction of the pyramids.