Dahshur is an archaeological site located in Egypt, about 40 kilometers south of Cairo. It is famous for its ancient pyramids, including the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid, which were built during the reign of Pharaoh Sneferu in the 26th century BC. The site also contains several mastabas, or flat-roofed tombs, as well as a number of ruined temples and other structures. Today, Dahshur is a popular tourist destination and a fascinating glimpse into Egypt’s ancient past.

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