Spectacular Pyramids Around the World (That Aren't in Egypt)
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For millennia, pyramids have been beguiling humankind with their striking triangular-shaped appearances. The thought of these symmetrical structures may instantly bring Egypt to mind — this is, after all, the country of the Pyramids of Giza, which were built as royal tombs for pharaohs. But while Egypt might have the most famous pyramids, that only scratches the surface of the weird and wonderful pyramidal structures around the world, both natural and human-made. From a black lava cone set on a salt flat in northwestern Argentina to the entrance to Paris’ Louvre Museum, check out these 16 fascinating pyramids that aren’t located in Egypt.