The Step Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest pyramid in Egypt. 4,700 years ago, Pharaoh Djoser dreamed to build his tomb in a completely new way so Imhotep fulfills his dream and built this great pyramid.
Tourist attractions from Bronze Age 3300 BC– 1200 BC
Law Code of Hammurabi is the longest surviving text from Old Babylon and is often considered the first written economic formula.
The Great Sphinx of Tanis is one of the masterpieces at the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Malia Bronze Dagger is one of the first tools manufactured by man. The dagger was found in Malia Minoan Palace.
In Greek mythology, Malia Minoan Palace was ruled by the legendary King Sarpedon, son of Zeus and Europa and brother of King Minos of Knossos.