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Come and visit MYSTERY PARK - a one of a kind adventure park, which presents the unexplained and yet very real mysteries of the world. Egyptologists assure us that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built by Pharoah Cheops (2552-2528 BCE) within 20 years. But in ancient Egyptian writings other dates are mentioned. Arab historians refer to the years "before the flood". Modern experts were of the opinion that the Great Pyramid housed no more secrets, but this was contradicted in 1993 by the findings of an exploratory trip by robot into the pyramid carried out by the German engineer Rudolf Gantenbrink. The robot discovered a 65 meter-long shaft at the end of which was a door with two metal hinges. What is hidden behind the small room or hollow space behind the little door at the end of this shaft? The pyramid itself is part of a network of geometrical, mathematical and astronomical curiosities. Questions abound. Who were the architects? Who was the engineer? To raise around 2.5 million stone blocks within 20 years, an average of 416 blocks a day would have had to be cut, transported and placed in the right positions. That means over a period of 12 hours, one block every two minutes.