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Russian Photographers Sneak-out Onto Egyptian Pyramids To Share The Marvelous View of World’s Wonder

Neil Patrick
Vitaliy Raskalov, a Russian daredevil taking a photograph of the Oldest of the Seven Wonders of the World.

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Perfect angle!

Today, climbing onto the top of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is strictly prohibited. However, a group of Russian photographers successfully sneak-out and took photos from the top of pyramid. Vitaliy Raskalov, Vadim Mahorov and Marat Dupri are Russian Daredevils. They knew the risk of what they were doing, but somehow did it for the sake of sharing the rarely-seen view of the Oldest of the Seven Wonders.

According to them, their action plan was initiated at the famous Giza Necropolis. They had waited for the visiting hours to be over, while observing the guard’s routine for them sneak-out. As the sun began to set, they escaped the guard’s attention giving a chance to Vitaliy Raskalov to snap photographs from the top view of the majestic Sphinx and the surrounding areas.

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Well, maybe we should cut the introduction and start looking at the stolen pictures of those pyramids. Don’t think that these photographs are just like those you usually seen anywhere. Take a look and be amazed with these coolest view of Egyptian Pyramids.

 

 

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Climbing the fence. Obviously, this is first scene of their great adventure.

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It takes courage to climb these thing. 

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Vadim Mahorov sitting on the top of oldest Seven Wonders of the World. Makhorov said it took the group 20 minutes climbing through “pitch black” darkness to reach the top of the 455-foot structure.

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Vitaliy Raskalov taking photos from the top of Pyramid of Giza.

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A fantastic view of pyramid with city lights on the background.

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These Russians should greet them a ‘Good Morning’.

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Vitaliy Raskalov hiding while taking pictures. According to him, being caught will spent jail time of 1 to 

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One word to describe this marvelous scenery, “WOW”.

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Pyramid view from below.

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Did they installed CCTV cameras on the top of Pyramids? “LOL”

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Perfect angle!

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The Majestic Sphinx! Thousands of years lying on the sand’s of Egypt.

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Yeah, these guys deserves these pose.

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According to Mahorov, “Climbing down was harder than climbing up”.

And… yes, they were done taking photos and that doesn’t mean authorities were done with them.

(Photo Credits : Vitaliy Raskalov, Vadim Mahorov and Marat Dupri)

After the Trio’s adventure, they apologized by sending an email through CNN.

Vadim Makhorov wrote an email to CNN stating that it took them 20 minutes climbing the pyramid.  And according to him though his email, “What we saw from up there was the seventh wonder of the world. We tried to capture the beauty of the scenery in the photos, so that the others could also see this magnificent panorama “. Makhorov sent his sincerest apology for his action, saying he did not mean to ‘insult’ anyone. “That’s why I would like to apologize for this ascension. We didn’t want to insult anyone,” he wrote.