If you are interested in archaeology, this is worth a visit. The pyramids are built of carefully stacked loose stone and are of the stepped sort. The largest was, I would guess, a bit over 20ft high. You walk round them but not on or right up to them. They are in a (modern) landscaped setting forming part of the Thor Heyerdahl complex; his theory was that they were a link between pyramids in the Middle East and Central America. I could follow his thinking but don't know whether it stands up to rigorous archaeological testing. Anyway, it's a pleasant place to visit but a little expensive, particiularly if you take in the whole complex.
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