Djoser's pyramid is very important in the history of ancient Egypt - piling mastaba after mastaba on top of one another was the first step in creating the first smooth sided pyramid. Overall the pyramid and grounds were very good, the pyramid itself was not a let down although there is always continued conservation being done - you could also go atop a balcony and see the shafts for the King's southern tomb. In the distance you could also make out the pyramids at Dahsuor. You can get quite close to the pyramid but not many people do, didn't see any toilets there either. Not as good as Giza, but historically a "must-see".
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