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Well, Mr. Mohammed ,, sorry, but thanx ,, we aren't considering selling our building cause this is where I'm gonna get married :)

Spread over 3 Million Square meters, in Cairo’s west suburb and stands as Egypt’s prime Communication and Information Technology (CIT) Cluster and Business Park.

Smart Village Cairo was launched in 2003 as the first fully operational Technology Cluster and Business Park in Egypt that accommodates Multinational and Local Companies, Governmental, Financial Authorities and Organizations, as well as Educational Institutions and Research & Development Centers all of which share the sophisticated state of the art infrastructure, up to date facility management and a full range of business and recreation services.

Because good ideas need a place where they can be pursued and realized. We offer our clients not only an excellent infrastructure, but also a thriving environment full of innovative spirit. This in addition to a growing number of business services to assist their business process.

The Working life in Smart Village Cairo is enhanced by excellent on site facilities including a nursery, School, Club, Restaurants, clinic and a number of business support services.

The Red Pyramid, also called the North Pyramid is the largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur necropolis. Named for the light crimson hue of its exposed granite surface, it is also the third largest Egyptian pyramid, after those of Khufu and Khafra at Giza. At the time of its completion, it was the tallest man-made structure in the world. It is also believed to be the world's first successful attempt at constructing a "true" smooth-sided pyramid.

The Red Pyramid was not always red. It used to be cased with white Tura limestone, but only a few of these now remain at the pyramid's base on the corner. During the Middle Ages much of white Tura limestone was taken for buildings in Cairo, revealing the reddish pinkish limestone.

The Bent Pyramid, located at the royal necropolis of Dahshur, approximately 40 kilometres south of Cairo, of Old Kingdom Pharaoh Sneferu, is a unique example of early pyramid development in Egypt, about 2596 BCE. This was the second pyramid built by Sneferu.

The lower part of the pyramid rises from the desert at a 55-degree inclination, but the top section is built at the shallower angle of 43 degrees, lending the pyramid its very obvious "bent" appearance.[1]

Archaeologists now believe that the Bent Pyramid represents a transitional form between step-sided and smooth-sided pyramids (see Step pyramid). It has been suggested that due to the steepness of the original angle of inclination the structure may have begun to show signs of instability during construction, forcing the builders to adopt a shallower angle to avert the structure's collapse.[2] This theory appears to be borne out by the fact that the adjacent Red Pyramid, built immediately afterwards by the same Pharaoh, was constructed at an angle of 43 degrees from its base. Another theory suggests that at the initial angle the construction would take too long because Sneferu's death was nearing, so the builders changed the angle to complete the construction in time.

The Bent Pyramid has a small satellite pyramid which was the final resting place of Sneferu's queen; interestingly there is a connecting tunnel which runs twenty-five metres between the two pyramids, which was built so that Sneferu could visit his queen in the after life. It also has an early form of offering temple on its eastern side. It is also unique amongst the approximately ninety pyramids to be found in Egypt, in that its original polished limestone outer casing remains largely intact.

The ancient formal name of the Bent Pyramid is generally translated as, (The)-Southern-Shining-Pyramid, or Sneferu-(is)-Shining-in-the-South.

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