November 26, 2017 – A few days ago we enjoyed a marvelous trip to Sakkara – Ancient Egypt’s immense necropolis of the North – from the 2nd Dynasty onwards… Djoser’s Step Pyramid is one of the great highlights of Egypt – the first stone structure ever built in the world around 2630 BCE. And its enclosure has buildings equally impressive – that strive to preserve the perishable world (logs, wood, reeds) in imperishable stone. The enclosure was brilliantly restored by French architect Jean Philippe Lauer – Join me for a walk inside!

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