Definition for giza (2 of 2)
or El Gi·zeh
Examples from the Web for giza
But the site has seen little of the decimation from heavy tourism that has plagued the northern pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
The second monster was an Englishman, Richard Vyse, who on a visit to Egypt in 1835 became fascinated by the pyramids of Giza.
The other bombings included a blast near a cinema near the Giza pyramids but there were no reports of casualties.
Hassan turned a sharp corner and Giza lay before them, up a gradual, rising slope.
The famous sphinx at Giza in Egypt may be a modified yardang.Deserts|A. S. Walker
He was glad they could see at least a part of Giza before the crowd arrived.
Nor did the Sphinx at Giza look out upon the world with a face more grey or stony or implacable than was his.The Time Mirror|Clark South
This version was made from an ancestor of the Greek fragment discovered at Giza.