Egyptian tourism suffers during unrest

The Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for more than 3,800 years.
The builders responsible for the Great Pyramid of Giza would have needed more than a few tea breaks to keep them motivated. The pyramid consists of 2.3 million stone blocks. The largest ones, found in the King's chamber, weigh between 25 and 80 tons and were transported to the site from Aswan, 800 kilometers away. In total, 5.5 million tons of limestone, 8,000 tons of granite and 500,000 tons of mortar were used. Experts have never worked out how the individual blocks were moved into place. Completion date: 2504 BC.

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What's the economic impact of the unrest in Egypt? CNN's Becky Anderson takes a look.