Egyptian archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass met multi-instrumentalist musician and composer "Rob Law" in front of the Great Sphinx statue, in Giza. Hawass told "Rob Law" and his accompanying delegation that the Sphinx is a deaf rock, and the statue belongs to King Khafra, the founder of the second pyramid, and explained the ways of building the pyramids , and the discovery of the tombs of the workers who built the pyramid.
Hawass said that these allegations that say that there is a lost city under the Sphinx are baseless.
Hawass talked about the details of the results of the "ScanPyramids" exploration project, where a corridor was discovered on the northern face of the Great Pyramid of King Khufu, with a length of 9 meters and a width of about 2.10 meters.
He talked about the discovery of the lost golden city in Luxor, which dates back to the reign of King Amenhotep III, and continued to be used by Tutankhamun 3000 years ago.
Tourism expert, Walid Al-Batouti, the First Egyptian Ambassador for WFTGA said that "Rob Law" and his accompanying delegation visited the Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan and Nubia.
They also visited the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the Temple of Hatshepsut, the tomb of King Tutankhamun, and the lost golden city in Luxor.