Great Pyramids 3D Screensaver



For those of you who are really enthusiastic about ancient civilizations, the Great Pyramids animated screensaver will become the outlet that will allow you to give way to your passion for hours. Having emerged at the turn of the forth and third millennia BC, the ancient Egyptian kingdom developed independently for many centuries creating that unique culture that a large army of scientists study so thoroughly nowadays. It's not for nothing that a lot of fictional, scientific and educational literature is devoted to this topic.

After installing this moving screensaver on your computer, you will be able to study the history of the ancient Egyptian civilization on your own from the time of the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt till the Late Period of ancient Egypt when the country that had once been powerful and distinctive was conquered and completely lost its role as a predominant historical force.

The Great Pyramids 3D screensaver will allow you to study the culture of ancient Egypt in the most detailed way, its outstanding architectural monuments – the figure of Sphinx and the greatest structures of all times – pyramids. However, the 3D screensaver is not limited to virtual tours around places of most interest in the kingdom of ancient Egypt: you can turn from a passive participant of a tourist group into a fully-fledged researcher of secrets of the most ancient civilization. And all that is accompanied by a beautiful Eastern tune.

With this screensaver for Windows 7, you will find out there are more than 100 pyramids discovered in the valley of Nile the names of which even acknowledged Egyptologists do not know. So become an expert in ancient Egypt, which you can do even without leaving your working place or office. Great Pyramids will not require high performance from your desktop or laptop yet it will provide you with an image of superior quality!



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