Two ancient tombs belonging to the priest of King Khufu and his son were opened to the public in Giza Pyramid Plateau on Monday after the end of maintenance works.
Antiquities Minister Mamdouh Damaty opened the two tombs located in the western cemetery of the plateau and dating back to the fifth dynasty.
A new route leading directing to the two tombs were built to facilitate visitors' journey.
The two tombs were discovered in 1925 by US archaeologist George Andrew Reisner.
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