From Nadir to Giza


It is believed that the Giza Pyramids were built during old kingdom period approximately in 3000 BC. These are Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure pyramids, and they were named after the pharaohs who had them built.

Pyramids of Giza are the world’s largest pyramids; and the construction of them still remains a mystery. Assuming that the workers superimposed 10 cubic meters of stone per day with an extraordinary effort, 2.5 million cubic meters of stone located in Khufu Pyramid could be placed in 250.000 days – namely 664 years. However, the pyramids had been completed in a period of 20-30 years.

Also called the Great Pyramid, Khufu Pyramid is the tomb of  Khufu – one of the 4th dynasty era rulers – who reigned in about 2800 BC.  When it comes to the seven wonders of the world, the only artifact that reached the present day is the Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt.

The second largest pyramid Khafre belongs to emperor Khafre who had become pharaoh after the death of his brother Khufu. The pyramid of Khafre is referred to as the second pyramid. It was built after the Pyramid of Khufu.

And the small pyramid of Menkaure belongs to Menkaure who reigned in about 2500 BC. Menkaure Pyramid is the smallest pyramid of Giza. It was completed after the death of Menkaure by his son Shepseskaf.

For those of us who brought many innovations in the previous meetings under the guidance of history by protecting the history, it is essential to carry on fulfilling the necessities of our customer standarts and historical mission. That being said,  at the CNR EXPO 2106 March Fair which was held this year for the 42nd time, we are joyous and proud of presenting the Egyptian Pyramids to our domestic and foreign customers’ taste.

For the production of Nadir Metal’s Giza Pyramids which made from 157 kilograms of gold, 1408 pieces of 100 grams of gold and 160 pieces of 100 grams of corner mould were used.  After a 45 day period of planning and construction phase accompanied by a team of 25 professional craftsman, it had become presentable to our visitors’ taste. 

This service of demonstrating the historic process of the pyramids we are offering to our people with micro-opportunities is an indication that the agelong mystery of the pyramids is enough to excite Nadir as well as the mankind. As such in everything that comes to light, this mystery will also attract the curiosity of human history forever and ever.